Do you ever just get the urge to explore?
This photo is from somewhere in California that you’ve probably never heard of. That’s the great thing about traveling; there’s no limit to the amount of adventures and new discoveries that you can find.
Just north of Death Valley, east of the Sierra Nevada Mtns, lies Fish Lake Valley. It sees very little traffic, yet this enormous valley is so impressive that I’ll never forget it. It’s split by both the Nevada-California border, and one lonely two lane road. A tiny town, and some solitary farmhouses make up the entire population, and I doubt that the people who live there would ever trade their quiet lives of seclusion for a “normal” life in the busy world.
Dust storms swept the valley on this stormy day as we drove through. Despite being a still photograph the energy of the wind is still apparent in this stormy landscape shot.
See more of my landscape photography here.