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Bad Water Death Valley National Park

Bad Water Death Valley National Park - unusual, deserts, formations, snow, salt, nature, mountains, capped
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by Dave32c
This is the lowest spot on earth 286 feet below sea level.
The sparse rainfall in winter collects on the salt basin and this formations are the result.
The Panamit Mountains rising from the basin
leo19 Uploaded by leo19 on . Bad Water Death Valley National Park - Desktop Nexus Nature Download free wallpapers and background images: Bad Water Death Valley National Park. Desktop Nexus Nature background ID 553365. by Dave32c
This is the lowest spot on earth 286 feet below sea level.
The sparse rainfall in winter collects on the salt basin and this formations are the result.
The Panamit Mountains rising from the basin
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Total Downloads: 139
Times Favorited: 3
Uploaded By: leo19
Date Uploaded: January 04, 2011
Filename: onal-park_by-Dave32.jpg
Original Resolution: 4152x2595
File Size: 2.27MB
Category: Deserts

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