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Nestled in the arid landscapes of California, Death Valley National Park stands as a captivating testament to the raw power and breathtaking beauty of nature. Spanning over 3.4 million acres, it is the largest national park in the contiguous United States, attracting adventurers, photographers, and nature enthusiasts from around the world.

Despite its foreboding name, Death Valley is a land of stark contrasts and surprising diversity. It boasts a dramatic topography with vast salt flats, towering sand dunes, rugged mountains, and colorful badlands. The park is home to the lowest point in North America, Badwater Basin, and also features Telescope Peak, which rises to over 11,000 feet. Visitors to Death Valley National Park are treated to a sensory feast. The park's unique geology reveals a tapestry of ancient rock formations, canyons, and mesas that seem to change color with the shifting light. At Zabriskie Point, the eroded hills take on vibrant hues, creating a surreal and otherworldly landscape that is a photographer's dream.

Art by: Lisa Middleton's Great River Arts – Hand-Painted History.

Death Valley National Park - Wood & Metal Wall Art

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Nestled in the arid landscapes of California, Death Valley National Park stands as a captivating testament to the raw power and breathtaking beauty of nature. Spanning over 3.4 million acres, it is the largest national park in the contiguous United States, attracting adventurers, photographers, and nature enthusiasts from around the world.

Despite its foreboding name, Death Valley is a land of stark contrasts and surprising diversity. It boasts a dramatic topography with vast salt flats, towering sand dunes, rugged mountains, and colorful badlands. The park is home to the lowest point in North America, Badwater Basin, and also features Telescope Peak, which rises to over 11,000 feet. Visitors to Death Valley National Park are treated to a sensory feast. The park's unique geology reveals a tapestry of ancient rock formations, canyons, and mesas that seem to change color with the shifting light. At Zabriskie Point, the eroded hills take on vibrant hues, creating a surreal and otherworldly landscape that is a photographer's dream.

Art by: Lisa Middleton's Great River Arts – Hand-Painted History.