360° VR Panoramas of Death Valley
Mesquite Flat and the Death Valley Dunes
Death Valley National Park, California


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Creosote bush on the edge of the sand dunes

Creosote bush on the edge of the sand dunes

Creosote bush is the dominant species over vast areas of the low deserts of the American West.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 7, 2012
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Inter-dune flats in the Mesquite Flat sand dunes

Inter-dune flats in the Mesquite Flat sand dunes

Fltas of dried mud occur between ridges of sand in the dune field.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 7, 2012
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Tall sand dunes at Mesquite Flat

Tall sand dunes at Mesquite Flat

The central dunes at Mesquite Flat are constantly moving and thus devoid of vegetation.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 7, 2012
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Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes at Stovepipe Wells

Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes at Stovepipe Wells

There is a good view of the dunes from the road east of Stovepipe Wells. Sand dunes only cover a tiny fraction of the area of Death Valley.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 7, 2012
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The Devils Cornfield

The Devils Cornfield


Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 11, 2013
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Historic Stovepipe Wells location

Historic Stovepipe Wells location

A shallow well marked by an old stovepipe gave its name to this part of Death Valley.

Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 7, 2012
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Clay Hills East of the Stovepipe Wells Dunes

Clay Hills East of the Stovepipe Wells Dunes


Death Valley National Park, California

Date photographed: March 11, 2013
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