SUKI LIAOThe Badwater Basin in Death Valley is 282 feet (86 meters) below sea level and is the lowest point in North America. It is a pile of mud and rock salt layers. There is a mystery that large rocks move slowly on their own.
SUKI LIAOThe Zabriskie corner can overlook the entire canyon from the viewing platform. There is a unique fold landform, golden rocks, which look like wind-blown sand dunes. It is estimated that the scenery should be better when shooting sunrise and sunset.
SUKI LIAOIt’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.
SUKI LIAODante’s View is the highest point in Death Valley. It has a wide view and a small view of the mountains, but it is also a place where the wind is too strong. It fully reflects the importance of weight, hehe