Posts Tagged ‘Death Valley’

Sailing Stones on the Racetrack Playa

Two sailing rocks on the Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park appear to converge from opposite directions leaving a trail behind them.

Death Valley’s Eureka Dunes

Landscape photo of the Eureka Dunes in Death Valley National Park

Charcoal Kilns in Death Valley National Park

Buy this picture Located in Death Valley National Park’s Wildrose Canyon the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns are considered to be the best surviving examples of such kilns in the western United States. The kilns were only used for a short time around 1878 to provide charcoal to power nearby smelters. There are 10 kilns at the […]


Death Valley Roadmaster

Buy this picture We came across the bullet hole riddled Buick while exploring the Eureka Mine, which is now within the boundaries of Death Valley National Park, and not far from the remains of the vandalized house of Pete Aguereberry in nearby Harrisburg. In 1905 when Shorty Harris and his greenhorn partner Pete Aguereberry discovered […]

Eureka Dunes Death Valley California

Eureka Dunes — also known as the singing dunes are in a small corner of Death Valley that adjoins the California side of the White Mountains. When conditions are right — which is often — and you walk on the dunes you can hear them humming. It is all about shifting sand and vibrations — […]