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Death Valley is a severe and unforgiving place. Within this National Park you can find some very mysterious and isolated terrains. One area that I visited was the “racetrack”, where rocks move by themselves across a deserted flat plain. Another area many miles away rests 282 feet below sea level - it features the lowest, driest, and hottest location in North America. This area is called Badwater.
“Creation” was taken in this area - where a record 134 degrees occurred during the summer of 1913. It might seem dead and isolated, but there is a story here that I hope “Creation” proposes and invites.
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