Death Valley photos, shot with a Sony a7R and legacy SLR camera lenses

Death Valley is the largest national park in the continental United States. It’s a harsh and unforgiving environment, where summer heat waves of over 120 degrees are common. Google the phrase “Death by GPS”, and you’ll see what happens when people get lost in the summertime heat of Death Valley.

While it can be dangerous, it’s also very picturesque, as the following landscape pictures illustrate. These photos were taken with a Sony a7R camera, using a Pentax FA35 f/2.0 lens, or a Pentax Takumar 50mm f/1.4 lens. The first photo is 3826×1080, the rest are 1920×1080, if you want to see the full size version, right-click on the photo and choose “open link in new window”.

Some of the Death Valley locations pictured here include Aguereberry Point, Zabriski Point, Borax Works, Dantes Point, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, which is near Stovepipe Wells, and Father Crowley Vista Point, which is located by Panamint Springs.

Dan Euritt

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