Death Valley National Park
This California park has five primary fields of sand dunes: Mesquite Flat (pictured), Eureka, Saline Valley, Panamint and Ibex. The rolling and rippling fields of sand are an inspiring photography subject, lending well not only to landscape images, but abstracts too. As ubiquitous as the dunes must seem, they actually constitute less than 1 percent of the park.
Prominent photography opportunities in Death Valley National Park include: mountains, salt flats, landscape, nature, canyons, ghost towns.
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