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March 13, 2015: Water Tree in Death Valley's Racetrack
Credit & Copyright: Robert P. Kelch, M.D. from South Haven, Michigan Water Tree in Death Valley's Racetrack:"This photo was taken at the remote Racetrack in Death Valley National Park. There had been an unusual heavy rain several days earlier and the Racetrack had just become dry enough for visitors to walk on. I used my Canon EOS 6D camera with a 12-24 mm Sigma wide angle lens for this shot. The Racetrack is where stones (boulders) fall from the mountain side and then travel across the dry lake bed leaving long tracks."
Clio about 3years ago said: Very beautiful.
Hope Tow about 3years ago said: Awesome
Henderson, NV about 3years ago said: Finding water in the desert is incredible enough your imagination to see the "water tree" is fantastic!
michigan about 3years ago said: outstanding! You continue to amaze me.
george g from
Pendleton about 3years ago said: very nice, provokes the image of a water sprite, enjoy the color composition
Nebraska about 3years ago said: Truly, a photographer's eye, Bob.' Great find and perfectly composed. I agree with Jackie and Mary- I think this is my favorite of all of your NPOD submissions. Fine work!
Jack Forge from
Seattle about 3years ago said: Excellent composition and color combination!
Ann Arbor about 3years ago said: One of a kind photo! Unique and awe inspiring.
Flint, MI about 3years ago said: Beautiful!
Key Largo about 3years ago said: Unusual - great to catch the water
Dexter, MI about 3years ago said: One of your best. I really like this one.
South Haven about 3years ago said: Bob, a great picture in a fascinating location
Jackie Brtewer from
Ann Arbor, Mich about 3years ago said: This is my favorite one Love it!!
rob barrett from
minneapolis, MN about 3years ago said: wow, that is amazing, thanks