The salt flats of Badwater Basin—the lowest point in the United States—at Death Valley National Park, California.
Tourists at The Devil’s Golf Course, Death Valley, California.
The Ashford Mill ruins, Death Valley National Park, California.
Sofie Steigmann’s Sit Here! at the Goldwell Open Air Museum in the Nevada ghost town of Rhyolite.
A fence leads to an abandoned borax works, Death Valley, California.
A road leads through the desert to the mountains beyond at Death Valley, California.
A fellow photographer prepares to take a photograph on the immense salt flats of Death Valley’s Badwater Basin—the lowest point of North America at −282 feet (−86.0 m) below sea level.