The last two months I was working in our laboratory in Las Vegas, NV. I took the weekends as opportunity to see more of the city outside the Las Vegas strip and to go to the desert ( i.e. Valley of Fire with Vici). On my last Vegas weekend, I drove to Death Valley National Park. I have always been curious about this place.
The driest, the lowest and the hottest place in America they say. But they will also add....but it is also a very beautiful place...
And since it was only two hours from Las Vegas, I went with my cameras and films, my 12 bottles of waters (which was not enough), my snacks and lots of sunblock.
I also brought a disposable camera with me and these are some of the photos. :)

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4 Comments

  1. kibs
    kibs ·

    Ooooh that looks hot!

  2. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Love it!

  3. poepel
    poepel ·

    wow the quality of this camera is amazing

  4. grazie
    grazie ·

    @poepel I was surprised about the quality too! I guess these disposables really love sun.