Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
Death Valley is synonymous with extremes: extremely hot, extremely arid, extremely mystical. But despite the legendary crossing of the first emigrants to cross death valley in 1849, Death Valley still draws millions of tourists every year, all attracted to this geographic rogue.
Much of Death Valley is part of Death Valley National Park. The park was designated as a national monument in 1933 and a national park in 1994.
All across Death Valley, rocks and stones leave small paths behind them in curved, zigzagged, or straight patterns. The rocks are not alive, of course, but they still travel across the lake bed.