Gower Gulch with Aguereberry Point from Zabriskie Point, Death Valley
Even though Death Valley is one of the most parched places on the earth the impact of water is everywhere. Glower Gulch, photographed from Zabriskie Point, is the ghost of a stream. The gulch appears to flow through the arid tufa and sand carving a valley on its way. In the background of the photograph is the floor of the graben of Death Valley with salt pans iridescent in the unforgiving sun. The concentrations of minerals, that brought many ambitious men to this hard land, colors the earth as it marches towards Aguereberry Point and the Panamint Range in the distance.