Badlands and Storm

Color in Storm

Colorful volcanic rock, sweeping empty valleys and shafts of sunlight breaking through winter storm clouds made for a glorious January afternoon in the badlands of Esmeralda County, Nevada.

Volcanic Hills under Cloud

Looking across the Columbus Valley playa to the Candelaria Hills and the Pilot Range:

Sun under Storm

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6 thoughts on “Badlands and Storm

  1. I don’t know how I got on your mailing list a couple of years ago, but I so love to get your photos in my inbox. Thank you for sharing. Your photographs are always wonderful and awesome from locations most of our will never see. I love the stark minimalism of your desert pictures

    • Thank you for the kinds words, Susan, and for taking the time to leave a reply! I really appreciate it, and it’s always a delight to hear that people find my work intriguing or exciting.

  2. Jackson, thank you for these wonderful pictures. I enjoyed the 2015 favorites immensely! I want to walk right into them. They convinced me that I need a trip to Death Valley in the fall.

    • Thank you, Audrey! Feel free to ask me questions when you come out. Death Valley has plenty to keep you busy, but there’s a lot of great stuff in the larger area too.

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