Photographer's Note

Valle de la Luna (Moon valley) officially qualifies as one of the strangest places I have ever seen. stone and sand have been folded into most bizarre formations, as a result of a sequence of transformations on the Earth's crust caused by the folding of the watery ground underneath the salt lake. I have never been to Moon (lack of time mostly), but I imagine it might look like this.

the valley is also considered one of the driest places on earth, as some areas have not received a single drop of rain in hundreds of years. a prototype for a Mars rover was tested here by scientists because of the valley's dry and forbidding terrain.

RAW, ISO 100, 75mm focal length, spot metering.

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Additional Photos by Kristine KL (avene) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1586 W: 134 N: 2932] (12675)
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