'Looking toward the lowest elevation in the U.S., crusty mud and salt flats in Badwater Basin stand in front of the Black Mountains of Death Valley National Park, California. The salt flats of Badwater Basin change constantly as salt crystals expand, pushing the crust of salt into rough, chaotic forms. Newly formed crystals ooze between mudcracks, sketching strange patterns on the surface of the salt flat.'
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January 19th, 2019
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