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Geology Image Gallery - Devil’s Golf Course

View of Devil’s Golf Course

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Photo by Marli Miller.

These lumpy salts are the residue of Death Valley’s last significant lake, which had evaporated by 2000 years ago.

Devil's Golf Course

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Devil's Golf Course
Photo by Bob Greenburg, NPS

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Salt pinnacle close-up

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Salt pinnacle close-up
Photo by Ray Nordeen, NPS.

Close-up of delicate lacework edges decorating salt pinnacles.

Salt pinnacle close-up

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Salt pinnacle close-up
Photo from NPS archives

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