Looking at the footprints on the sand dunes at Mesquite flat, I thought it wouldn’t be an ideal place for photography but I went there anyway. Last rays of sun began to fade and darkness fell swiftly while we were wobbling around leaving our own footprints on the sand dunes. I was hoping to find dunes free of any footprints but they are all over the place. When we started to head back to our tent, moon rose up painting final touches to the sand dunes after being washed in golden hues of the sun. Glistering highlights and dramatic shadows. A place of infinite wonder.
Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes - Death Valley National Park, California