In California’s Death Valley National Park, the most accessed and photographed sections are in the southern end of the park.  This is where you will find Zabriskie Point, and Golden Canyon, among other features.  As Golden Canyon’s name suggests, color photography can have quite a saturated pop here, but I find that the area has a lot of detail and depth that shows off even more in black & white.  This shot is included in Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness this week, where you can see other b&w images from contributing photographers.