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One of the classic morning shots in Death Valley National Park - surprisingly, I had the viewpoint all to myself when I arrived. These are mostly Tertiary sediments that have been significantly tilted in their relatively short geological lifetime - an indication of how active the tectonics of this region are.
Bad weather prevented me from getting a GigaPan from atop Mammoth Mountain, which would have been a much better vantage point to see an overview of the volcanic features of Long Valley Caldera and the Mono-Inyo Crater chain. This view of Long Valley shows the lower (but less geologically interesting) portion of the Lo...