Lone hiker. This person was off in the distance among the sand dunes all by himself (herself?). I like this photo because it evokes a sense of melancholy and almost looks like a painting due to the fuzzy focus.
A storm rolled through Death Valley on our first night. By morning all the surrounding peaks were covered in snow. Snow in the driest place on earth. This is a view of Mesquite Flats and Kit Fox Hills beyond, from our room in Stovepipe Wells Village. Its raining over Kit Fox Hills.
From afar the sand dunes of Mesquite Flats look like a small collection dunes huddled together. And frankly they look a little underwhelming from a distance. But once we entered the dunes, we felt like we were completely surrounded by them. They towered over us. And at times we felt transported to some saharan desert.
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Mangesh Gondhalekar is a serial Hobbyist. He likes to dabble in new things — but believes in always giving it his all. His passion is Photography. He likes to shoot landscapes, portraits, and occasionally, cityscapes. He also enjoys Biking, Hiking, Travelling, and Snowboarding. He codes for a living and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.Learn More