A stormy morning at Badwater basin in Death Valley national park, California. At 282 feet below sea level, Badwater is the lowest place in the North America. Normally the lake bed is bone dry with 1.9 inches of average annual rainfall in the valley, but this year has been an above average rain year so there is a fair bid of water flooding the basin at the moment. In this photo though it actually looks dry due to the fact that the wind was quite strong and litterally ‘pushed’ the water away, while on the previous day this area had been submerged.
Two Vertically shifted photos from Nikon 24mm tilt-shift lends for the vertical panorama.