Zabriskie Point is a part of the Amargosa Range located in Death Valley National Park in California, noted for its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago - long before Death Valley came into existence.
While my friends were enjoying the crowded places in Las Vegas, I decided to take it a little more adventure driving through Death Valley National Park in the neighbor state - California. I came across this viewpoint while I was driving to see the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
I've always been amazed by the fall foliage colors, so this trip to North Georgia was carefully planned to coincide perfectly with those dates. Of course, a little bit of luck will always help since those dates may change depending on the weather.
Also, this was the first time we decided to rent a cabin near a river, instead of going for mountain cabins, the experience is quite different if you are looking for those amazing landscape views in front of you, but honestly, I enjoyed being surrounded by the colorful trees and sleeping with the river sound.
You can walk in the Toccoa river since is mostly shallow water, but instead, I decided to walk several miles along the river looking for the perfect spot to capture some photos. I found this place where huge boulders inside the river gave me the composition I was looking for.
A walking trail around the Lake Trahlyta in Vogel State Park features an optional side trail down to a viewing platform for the Trahlyta waterfall. The platform at the bottom of the fall is very easy to access and the visitors can enjoy this beautiful waterfall right in front of you.
Without question, Florida have the most beautiful sunrises I've ever seen. No matter what time of the year I always capture colorful sunrises. Many people wake up early in the morning to watch the sunrise in the beach.
The old-railroad to Key West turned this remote island of Bahia Honda Key into a tropical destination where the visitors can enjoy the beautiful beaches, magnificent sunsets and excellent snorkeling.
I've been in this State Park several times chasing the perfect sunset. The last time I was there I found a good spot in the other side of the island and when I was ready to take the photos it had started to rain so I had to pack my equipment and get sheltered under the old bridge.
Half hour later the rain stopped but the sun had already gone down. On my way to the parking area I noticed the bright light in the horizon so I decided to give a last shot in the beach. It was pretty dark indeed, but this camera does a good job in low light conditions.