Selfies are everywhere and Death Valley is no exception. Here you can see a couple standing in front of their camera a tripod, snapping a memory with the undulating hillside of Zabriski Point in the background.
Death Valley in the early winter can be a great time to visit. The temperatures are tolerable throughout the day and into the night. Here it was in the 60s as the sun set and evening took over. The picture was taken last November, a great time to avoid the extreme heat of the California desert.
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Clinton Richardson, has been writing and photographing for decades. His acclaimed venture strategy series is now in its 5th edition. His Ancient Selfies is an International Book Awards Finalist and an eLit Award Gold Medal Winner. Many of his images can be seen online at TrekPic.com.