Death Valley California, and Rhyolite Nevada

A Wildflower Extravaganza

3-5 April 2005

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Enough of civilization! Here is a view of Telescope Peak in the Panamint Range. Looking west 5 April - Jerry is enjoying our trip to Death Valley. After breakfast in Furnace Creek we are on the move. This is Golden Canyon Caltha-Leaf Phacelia (Phacelia calthifolia)
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Amargosa Mountain Range: A view from Golden Canyon. Looking east Jerry is focused Golden Canyon
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Judy, an artist from Santa Cruz, California, is checking out Jerry's Canon 20D camera Amargosa Mountain Range: A view from Golden Canyon Caltha-Leaf Phacelia (Phacelia calthifolia) Notch-Leaf Phacelia (Phaclia crenulata)
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Desert Trumpet (Eriogonum inflatum) Neil striking a pose These worms were seen in the water at Badwater, the lowest elevation in the U.S. (282 feet below sea level)
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The water evaporates, and these mineral deposits are seen for miles The water is not from rain fall. Rather, it is water that was deposited on the earth thousands of years ago as snow on mountain ranges hundreds of miles to the east As the snow melted it began the slow journey through underground aquifers to finally reach this place, the lowest elevation in North America Neil is amazed with the display
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Desert Dandelion (Malacothrix glabrata) A view from the Natural Bridge Trail Telescope Peak
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Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia) Desert Five-Spot (Eremalche rotundifolia)

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