Part of the Panamint Range in Death Valley, California.
More amazing geology from Death Valley, California, USA.
The blocked entrance to a formerly functional mine in the heart of Death Valley, CA, USA.
If the buildings in this camp were still intact, it would be a spectacular place to live. The view alone would be worth it.
The love of blue sky and open spaces, the thrill of the mountains, and the promise of relative wealth from gold drew people like a magnet to the old west. In addition, this prospector’s home clearly retains the feeling of modest comfort and the owner’s love of the land.
The remains of a mining camp in Death Valley, California, USA. There are so many things to appreciate about this unique and beautiful place.
Out in Death Valley, this once beautiful car deteriorates in the sun. I think it is a ’46 Buick Super, however, it has been vandalized and scavenged almost beyond recognition.