Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park is an amazing location at anytime, with salt crystals sketching geometric patterns across the valley floor. Rain is rare but occasionally during the winter months a storm will fill the basin with a thin layer of standing water. It gives an added dimension to an already incredible landscape. I've been to this location many times over the years and was finally rewarded with these magical conditions. It was a wonderful experience to watch this scene unfold as sunset behind the mountains added color to the sky and was reflected in the water.
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