Valley Of Fire

Posted by Paul Bracey on Wed, 09/16/20 09:32
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Comments by Jeff Dye on Wed, 09/16/20 11:00

A great place to explore and find Mother Nature’s rock art. This must be off the beaten
path. Well done.

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Wed, 09/16/20 13:34

All I can say;-)

Comments by Gerry Vrbensky on Wed, 09/16/20 14:20

Wowzer - nuff said.

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Wed, 09/16/20 16:23

wonderful capture Paul... one can almost image Mother Nature stirring the pot to create this outstanding landscape... I'll second Sandi's "wow".

Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 09/17/20 01:16

Thanks everyone! Jeff, the mini-wave isn't too far off the beaten
path and probably one of the best reasons to visit Valley of Fire!
It's way easier to get to than the Wave although it's still hard to
say what's the best time of day to shoot it.

How 'bout that Death Valley though! They set a new high of 130
degrees Fahrenheit (54.4444 Celsius)! Makes Valley of Fire seem
downright cool!

Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 09/17/20 01:17

One for the road...

Comments by S Roter on Fri, 09/25/20 19:15

Thanks for sharing Paul.