2009/04/30

20 Mule Team Canyon

DaGoddess @ 03:07

How could I not fall in love with a place with a name like that? It was another one of those very special places (and where I climbed up the hill as depicted in People of the Desert). Sometimes we move the earth. Sometimes it moves us.

All these photos were taken in the same canyon. Each has its own beauty. There was even some silliness along the way. Harley just posted a photo of my rock balancing prowess.

Canyon tower in sun

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11 Comments

  1. Stop it!! You’re making me miss California. :bearflag:

    Comment by diamond dave — 2009/04/30 @ 03:46

  2. Yay! My evil plan is working

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/04/30 @ 03:48

  3. Ooooh… I like the 5th down; there’s such a grandness to it… :thumbs:

    Comment by Pam — 2009/04/30 @ 06:50

  4. Like the sun arcs in the first one and the shadows in the last one.

    My view of your objet d’art isn’t nearly as good as Harley’s though…

    Comment by Jan — 2009/04/30 @ 08:05

  5. Jan, MY version of my objet d’art isn’t as nice as yours. Harley had the perfect vantage point.

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/04/30 @ 08:58

  6. Oh, d’oh! Pam…grand? Perhaps because there’s that little corner of mountains in the distance?

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/04/30 @ 08:59

  7. Those are great photographs. I love the desert as much as you do. I like the isolation and the colors. The blue hues of the sky and the yellow/orange hues of the dunes and canyons complement each other perfectly.
    Death Valley is heaven for photographers.

    Comment by Andre — 2009/04/30 @ 09:24

  8. It very much is heaven for a photographer or even anyone who just loves the intrigue of diverse landscapes

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/04/30 @ 23:40

  9. OH my!!! How does one choose… they are all so good. And they are all so interesting. :thumbs:

    Comment by Teresa — 2009/05/01 @ 15:31

  10. And I’m nowhere close to being done!

    The choice may be difficult, but then again, you could always ask the family for more as Mother’s Day gifts.

    Lol

    I’m glad you’re enjoying. Since I’ve been taking my time going through the images, I’ve had the chance to really look at the photos and appreciate them, appreciate the journey, the fellowship, and the great Gift of nature. I can’t rush that. It’s too perfect.

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/05/02 @ 04:54

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