The famous Zabriskie point is the must-see geologic formation in Death Valley National Park. Sometimes overlooked are the remarkable dune-like ripples of rock that surround the point. They are composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago—long before Death Valley came into existence.
I just returned from Death Valley where I had to brave a few wicked sand storms. Thankfully me and my equipment are fully functional. More images from Death Valley follow this week.Read More
Imagine the millions of years between the explosion of this mass through the earth's surface and your humble existenceRead More
On the east coast the ice is thinking about breaking up ....Read More
"Magnolia You Sweet Thing", a wonderful song by Poco back in the day...Read More
It's cold out there!Read More
The skis are out of the closet and the world's winter athletes are again descending on beautiful Lake Placid, NY.Read More