Death Valley National Park Fine Art Landscape Photography
Experience the allurement of America's largest National Park south of Alaska, with professional prints from D & D World Photography. These striking photographs will transport you right into the heart of Death Valley. If you have traveled to Death Valley your memories will awaken from the vivid prints of the majestic Twenty Mule Team Canyon, and the famous spiral staircase in "Scotty's Castle."
If you have not ventured into Death Valley, and this is your first time experiencing the extremes of this land (hottest, driest, lowest) you will practically feel the heat rise off the dry lake bed known as Racetrack Playa, where the rocks mysteriously move by themselves, known as "sailing stones," and you can imagine the hot sand filling up your sneakers as you follow the footprints on the luminous sand dunes.
The view of the badlands from Zabriskie Point is remarkable, Telescope Peak is the tallest mountain in the park and is just 15 miles from the salt flats at Bad Water Basin, the lowest elevation on the continent at 282 feet below sea level. Ubehebe Crater and the Charcoal Kilns pictured above are just a few of the captivating locations in the park.
There are so many amazing sites to visit in Death Valley National Park and the twins have explored a great majority of them in this forbidding desert and captured the magnificence of this vast graben (a geological term for sunken fragment of the earth's crust) to bring these exceptional photographs to you.
Showcase America's wild spaces in this land of extremes, by adding Death Valley wall art from TwinsGalleria to your collection.