It’s barren, like the Taklimakan Desert in China, it’s inexhaustible. The temperature difference is big and it’s very dry. There are traces of previous pioneers in the desert. The strangely shaped dead trees are a bit scary at night, but they are also a good film. local.
Well worth a visit, in the vast desert, the service area that can provide you with food and oil. We passed by and did not go in, the sandy area next to it was beautiful and we played where for a long time. And took a lot of pictures.
This is a desert in Death Valley National Park. It is also our first attraction near the valley. There are also many tourists. It is considered one of the most important attractions in the park. The dead trees on the edge of the desert have a nice shape.
If I remember correctly, it should be in the area near Taniguchi to the north. There are many relics of early pioneers, including cars that were burned. I don't know what happened that year. The photo was taken on a high ground while leaving Death Valley to the north. Doesn’t it look good?
The remains of the old houses left by the wasteland in the west