In the Mojave Desert, in the eastern part of California (United States), is one of the hottest places in the world, a site that receives the sinister name of Death Valley.
In summer it can reach maximum temperatures of up to 56ºC, with average minimum temperatures of 31ºC. Despite being one of the most desolate places in the world, a few days ago a spectacular video was published proving that even there you can find images of great beauty. The video, originally recorded at an 8K resolution, can be seen on the Vimeo channel of More Than Just Parks with a 4K quality. It lasts almost 3 and a half minutes and it is worth seeing:
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