Ubehebe Crater, a large volcanic crater in Death Valley National Park. It is about a mile wide and 600 feet deep.
It was about 110 degrees Fahrenheit at the rim of the crater the day I was there, so I did not venture all the way down. But I did explore the rim and will share photos on another day.
This abandoned beehive burner in Adin, California bears a strong resemblance to a Dalek.
The eponymous pyramid of Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
A strange and magical scene evening during an early-evening thunderstorm in Modoc County, California.
Our N Judah streetcar at the Caltrain station back in 2018. The streetcars are finally back in operation.
From the desert we return to one of my favorite spots in San Francisco, Embarcadero Center.
Looking up at the Black Mountains on the eastern side of Death Valley.
Ruins at Rhyolite, Nevada.
Taken using a vintage Soviet-era Helios 44-2 lens on a Canon EOS 60D camera.