Atomic Idaho – East Idaho Desert

Atomic Idaho – East Idaho Desert

Atomic research plays a big role in the history of eastern Idaho.  I recently learned that the first city in the world powered by atomic energy was Arco Idaho.  Scientists first made usable power from a nuclear reactor in 1951 at the National

The Racetrack Playa – Death Valley National Park

The Racetrack Playa – Death Valley National Park

The Racetrack Playa is an amazing and mysterious place. It is 2.8 miles long and 1.3 miles wide and nearly perfectly level with only 1.5 inches of difference from one side to the other. I first learned about it a couple years ago when I saw some incredible pictures of these rocks sailing across the desert on their own. The Racetrack

Trona Pinnacles

Trona Pinnacles- California

As I mentioned in my previous post, I met up with some fellow photographer friends from The Arcanum in the southern California desert.  This post is about a very interesting place that we camped at before going into Death Valley. The first thing I noticed when rolling into Trona was