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Message from the Photographer: I have to say, I am not a very good travel guide, however you can still use my photos to plan your travels! I usually go to the very popular views in National Parks, and some not so popular ones. Check out my photos and see which ones you want to visit and plan your trip accordingly! I usually post my photos in the order I take them, so if you want, you can always follow the travel route I took. :) Also, don't just keep driving from one view point to another. Stop on the side of the road, take photos! About half my shots aren't even from labeled view points! I shot half my shots along random turnouts on the road. If you love photography, try doing this.
Today I have photos from the entrance of Death Valley National Park, a plants in the desert, and some shots of Father Crowley Point. I will finish the rest of the Father Crowley Point shots next time. I thought about fitting all of them into this blog post, but it is already getting kind of long. Don't want to crash any of my viewer's browser because of all the images. So here we go!
There will be a lot of these desert shots in my chain of blog posts. You might think the desert is all covered in sand, but you are wrong. There are many terrain types in the desert.
A patch of desert full of vegetation. Mostly tiny shrubs.
The straight highways through the desert. Sure was fun driving on them. Like I said before, never have these in the SF Bay Area. All open, no cars, you have the highway to yourself...
I am generally horrible at identifying plants, but this right here is a baby Joshua Tree (Yucca brevifolia).
See how much vegetation is in the desert? Surprised me too. I used to think the desert was just sand.
Another few shots of the road.
According to my GPS we were already in the park. Not sure why they put the sign so way in...
Now I arrive at Father Crowley Point.
Here is a sign showing Padre Crowley.
Father Crowley Point
Panorama of Father Crowley Point
This is all the shots I have for you today. Next time I will finish the rest of the Father Crowley Point photos and will have some photos from Mesquite Dunes. After the next post, I will start my chain for Scotty's Castle in Death Valley National Park. I have 70 photos from Scotty's Castle, so those photos will be taking up several blog posts. I hope you have enjoyed these shots for today. Please don't forget to share with your friends and family members! Also, if you want to get notifications when I post up more photos, "Like" us on Facebook or follow me on Twitter and Google+. These links can also be found on the top of the right sidebar.
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