From Badwater Basin to Artists Drive, I’ll take you through my favorite spots from our winter trip to Death Valley.
When I told people I was visiting Death Valley, I got many a raised eyebrow (death? really?) and oh-so-many people confusing Death Valley for the Badlands. I get it. It’s not really a place you’d put high up on your honeymoon list or anything, but — as I’ve made quite clear — it definitely deserves placement on your “see before I die list.”
Come to think of it, honeymooning here wouldn’t be a bad thing either …
Moving on, because, among other things, I’m not … engaged… (but oh so ready to plan a honeymoon! Wedding? Not so much.)
In addition to my love for seeing the stranger parts of the world, I was drawn to Death Valley because it’s just so darn photogenic. I had, perhaps, my all-time greatest photography experiences in Death Valley this winter — and I wasn’t even there more than three days!
But instead of me going on and on about how gorgeous this National Park is (and before I get onto another unnecessary topic like weddings), I’ll show you. Hop in (er, press play) and join me on this quick roundup of the surreal destination that is Death Valley.