Day Twenty Two. Popped down to the lowest place in the US, Death Valley and boy was it hot. One hundred and eleven degrees ... in the shade! Needless to say, but I was compensating for an overabundance of sun light. Ignoring that though, these pictures took an astronomically long time to process. Apparently I've changed lenses in the field a bit more than one too many times and have earned quite a bit of dust on my sensor for it. I tried to eliminate most of it, but even after weeks of hunting specs, I'm sure some persisted. That aside, Death Valley offered an amazing contrast in scenery. I can't wait to go back and see the rest of it!