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Baked Landscape, Death Valley

The Baked Land Death Valley: Where even the dry rivers still run blue. A Limited Edition Fine Art Photo of 200 Prints

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Death Valley National Park Photography Prints


The Death Valley photography gallery of California desert landscape photography by Jess Lee showcases the rugged beauty of Death Valley National Park. The high quality, limited edition fine art prints in the gallery include Badwater Salt Flats, Mesquite Dunes, Eureka Dunes and Ibex Sand Dunes. There is also Salt Creek, Zabriskie Point, Artist Palette, Aguereberry Point, mountains, valleys, canyons and the mysterious moving rocks of The Death Valley Racetrack. Adorn your walls with one of these luxurious museum quality pieces of wall art. Order today and begin upgrading your space with these high quality photography prints.

About Death Valley


Death Valley is a desert valley in Eastern California, in the northern Mojave Desert, bordering the Great Basin Desert. During summer, it is one of the hottest places on Earth, along with deserts in the Middle East and the Sahara. Death Valley's Badwater Basin is the point of lowest elevation in North America, at 282 feet (86 m) below sea level. It is 84.6 miles (136.2 km) east-southeast of Mount Whitney, the highest point in the contiguous United States, with an elevation of 14,505 feet (4,421 m). On the afternoon of July 10, 1913, the United States Weather Bureau recorded a high temperature of 134 °F (56.7 °C) at Furnace Creek in Death Valley, which stands as the highest ambient air temperature ever recorded on the surface of the Earth. This reading, however, and several others taken in that period, a century ago, are disputed by some modern-day experts.Wiki

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Fine Art Print and Wall Art Options


My photographs of Death Valley National Park are available for you to purchase as Fine Art Prints or Wall Art for your home or office. They are for sale as Frameless or Framed Lumachrome® HD Trulife® Acrylic Prints, Exhibit Mounted Metal Prints, and Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Prints. After selecting the desired photo, just select the type and size of print you would like to purchase from the table beneath the photo.

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Visiting and Photographing



Exploring the timeless beauty of Death Valley National Park unveils a breathtaking landscape shaped by the forces of nature over millennia. As one of the hottest and driest places on Earth, Death Valley's desert terrain exudes a raw and captivating allure that beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike. From towering sand dunes to salt flats that stretch to the horizon, every corner of this vast wilderness tells a story of resilience and adaptation.

Discovering Death Valley's Desert Splendor

Death Valley National Park encompasses a diverse array of natural wonders, each more awe-inspiring than the last. Mesmerizing sand dunes, like those at Mesquite Flat or Eureka Dunes, rise majestically against the backdrop of cerulean skies, their shifting contours capturing the timeless dance of wind and sand.

Unique Geological Formations

The park's geological formations are equally mesmerizing, with colorful canyons, rugged mountains, and expansive salt flats painting a surreal tableau of Earth's history. Artists Palette, a kaleidoscope of mineral-streaked hills, showcases nature's vibrant palette, while the jagged peaks of the Panamint Range offer a dramatic contrast to the valley floor below.

The Playa: A Desert Wonderland

The Playa, a vast expanse of salt flats, epitomizes Death Valley's otherworldly charm. The ethereal beauty of Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America, is a testament to the park's geological diversity. Cracked mud patterns and crystalline salt formations create a dreamscape unlike any other, inviting visitors to wander in wonderment.

Capturing Timeless Moments Through Photography

For photographers, Death Valley is a playground of endless possibilities. The interplay of light and shadow, the stark contrast of arid landscapes against vivid sunsets, and the stark beauty of night skies illuminated by a canopy of stars offer endless opportunities to capture timeless moments. From the iconic Zabriskie Point to the serene tranquility of Dante's View, each vista promises a visual feast for the senses.

Preserving a Fragile Ecosystem

Despite its harsh environment, Death Valley is home to a surprising array of life. Desert-adapted flora and fauna, such as the resilient creosote bush and the elusive desert kit fox, thrive in this extreme environment, showcasing nature's remarkable ability to adapt and endure. As stewards of this fragile ecosystem, it is our collective responsibility to tread lightly and ensure the preservation of this natural treasure for future generations to cherish.

Photographing Death Valley National Park is a journey of discovery and wonderment. From its stark desert landscapes to its rich geological tapestry, every facet of this unique wilderness captivates the imagination and inspires a deeper appreciation for the majesty of the natural world. Whether marveling at the play of light on sandstone cliffs or gazing up at a blanket of stars against the inky night sky, Death Valley's enduring beauty leaves an indelible impression on all who are fortunate enough to experience it.


Death Valley Photography Print White sand dune
Death Valley, California
Death Valley Photography Print Blue Moon Photography
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print  Dune
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print  Desert Fan
Death Valley, Nat. Park | California
Death Valley Photography Print of bad water basin
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Baked Landscape, Death Valley
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Blue Dune
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Desert Path
Death Valley | California
 Death Valley Photography Print  Ridge moon rise
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print B W soft sand
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print River of Blues in Death Valley, California
Death Valley, California
Death Valley Photography Print Morning Road
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Wind Sliced Dune
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Mud cracks in California's desert basin.
Death Valley, California
Death Valley Photography Print  Color Pallet
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Manley Moonset
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Dunes stick together
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Dark Gold moonrise
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Heat
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print  Color Layers
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Boring Wind Storm
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print white dune
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Desert mud crack picture
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Picture of Death Valley Desert with full moon
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Desert Color Picture
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Desert wind Picture
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Golden Sky
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Moon of Gold
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Point Rock in the desert picture
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Desert Valley Pictures
Death Valley | California
Death Valley Photography Print Sunrise
Death Valley | California

Where to photograph the Arid Beauty of Death Valley National Park

Death Valley is loaded with stunning places for amazing landscape and nature photographs. In addition to the geometric formations in the Badwater Salt Flats, there are the Mesquite Dunes, Eureka Dunes and Ibex Sand Dunes. There is also Salt Creek, Zabriskie Point, Artist Palette, Aguereberry Point, mountains, valleys, canyons and the mysterious moving rocks of The Death Valley Racetrack.Not only is it the hottest and driest Park in the United States, it also has the second-lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at Badwater Basin, which is 282 feet below sea level. In spite of these conditions, Death Valley receives almost 2 million visitors each year. For more desert photography, see our Fine Art Photography of Deserts.