Flooded Badwater Moon – Death Valley

It’s been a while since I’ve posted in the blog. Here is a veiw from last years spring flood in Death Valley on the salt flats at Badwater. It was cetainly a sight to see in person and maybe it will happen again this year.

Flooded badwater in Death Valley after winter rains by Steve Sieren / ScenicPhotoWorkshops.com

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11 Responses to “Flooded Badwater Moon – Death Valley”

  1. Eric Leslie Says:

    What can I say, this shot is amazing! This would make a fantastic HUGE print 🙂

  2. dali Says:


  3. David Leland Hyde Says:

    Beautiful. The underwater patterns are fascinating and sure make for a great photograph.

  4. Russ Bishop Says:

    Love the glassy reflection combined with the salt patterns. Wonderful image Steve!

  5. John Wall Says:

    You done it again with this one, Steve. Great work!

  6. Steve Sieren Says:

    Thank you guys, I really appreciate you stopping by!

  7. Derrick Says:

    Dittos – wonderful image. One of those you have to look at several times to comprehend what it is exactly that you are looking at.

  8. Rhoda Maurer Says:

    Amazing Steve… I will have to return when there’s water there some day.

  9. Jackson Frishman Says:

    Nice to see you posting, Steve! Absolutely stunning shot!

  10. Steve Says:

    What a nice image Steve. the water, moon, and gteh submerged ridges of the salt ….beautiful image….

  11. Steve Sieren Says:

    Thanks Rhoda, Derrick, and Steve! If this rain keeps up you’re going to see it again! This time I’m going to make it a point to go kayaking no matter what. Catch it while it’s wet!

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