Downbound

Heading down from Mount Charleston and the Spring Mountains, you’ll pass through different life zones from Alpine to Desert zones. The bottom photo is misleading because there is a small mountain closer to you, yet in the far distance, the mountains are  actually many many miles away across the valley.



Categories:Geology, Home, Joshua Trees, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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6 replies

  1. Yes, the mountains are always so much further away than your eyes would like to tell you. Something you realize quickly when you’re on foot, or travel by horse. LOL. Great photos!

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  2. That happens a lot here. You would think I could walk to The Stratosphere from my house, but, it would actually take a few hours.

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