Tag Archives: Death Valley

Sand dunes, sliding rocks, and hot springs

– Going home –  Stovepipe Well sand dunes in Death Valley We’ve been here many times, and can’t get enough of these views. An ultralight zooms around one afternoon tickling my nerves. A famous photographer shooting pictures probably already taken … Continue reading

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Desert Spring

– Perhaps another glimpse of impermanence –  Joshua Tree N.P.  Joshua Tree has become a secret reference point for me, an annual test: can I still climb this rock?   My old rotten knee has finally become a real problem. … Continue reading

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A secret in the valley

 Exploring the mysterious sliding rocks in Death Valley. – Demystification of nature – Death Valley is one of those names that man has attached to a landscape like a label but that immortalizes only a quite subjective, transient moment when … Continue reading

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