Tuesday, February 12, 2013

My Images in Death Valley National Park

Don Geyer at Furnace Creek Visitor Center in Death Valley NP.
(image courtesy Kyle Sides)
I recently had the opportunity to visit the Furnace Creek Visitor Center in Death Valley National Park. 

About a year ago I licensed some images for a new display they were putting together.  This was my first opportunity to view the finished product, and I was quite impressed.  The production quality is excellent, and something to be proud of.

The humorous part of my visit was that, given a year since licensing the images, I had forgotten specifically which images had been used.  As I walked through the entrance and turned the corner to the right, there I was starring at - me!  Yes, that is me hiking in Fall Canyon (I believe it is the very last hike I did with my dad).  Also included are images of Fall Canyon, Badwater and Artist Palette.

While posing for this snapshot, some visitors recognized me in the picture and came over to say hello.  I enjoyed meeting and talking with them, and listening to their stories and experiences in the park.  Everyone I talked to were travelling, some from as far away as Canada.  It was obvious that Death Valley was providing them with many special memories to take back home and share.

You can view the images included in the displays at Death Valley and many more in my Death Valley Gallery.  I hope you enjoy.