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Death Valley, California.
Hiking through the Mesquite Flat sand dunes of Death Valley is a captivating experience. You won’t realize how massive this place is, until you start a hike over the dunes. “Large” and “Never-Ending” become true, almost measurable definitions. I visited Death Valley many times, and every time I misjudge how long it takes to get to the point I had aimed for. Additionally, it is a very harsh place. Extremely dry and hot, it is considered one of the harshest places on earth. It is called “Death Valley” for a reason.
I took this close-up shot of one of the dunes. I loved these lines in the sand, telling a story of unity and division. I setup my tripod in the sand. It was a steep dune, and in order to ensure my tripod would not move or fall over, I had my tripod legs over half a meter (1.5 ft) buried into the sand. My camera lens was practically touching the sand.
When I pressed the shutter it was the only sound I heard, and I realized how peaceful and isolated this place. Nobody around. Just myself, merely a spec in this immense place ; Death Valley, California.