Photographer's Note

We drove into Death Valley along Highway 190 in a stifling 50°C heat. This is a typical late afternoon view of an area known as Devil's Cornfield, which derives its name from the strange bushes seen here (a species of arrow weed, Pluchea sericea).
We spent a very sweaty night (a constant 47°C) at the almost deserted (and aptly named) Furnace Creek campground ready for a 5 am start for Badwater and the Devil's Golfcourse. DV in July is quite an experience, but our next visit will be in the winter!

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Additional Photos by John Freeman (johnfreeman) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 137 W: 25 N: 426] (2274)
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