I looked at a picture of dawn at Zabriskie Point at Death Valley National Park, and realized I’d never posted images of the colorful rock features from my visit there in November. We got up before dawn hoping for a good beginning to the day at the iconic location, and were rewarded with great clouds and color.
Clouds returned at sunset when down in the valley.
Skies were clear the next day, but the desert colors still shown in the wonderfully named Twenty Mule Team Trail.
Another colorful panorama into the valley from high on Dante’s View on the way out of the park.