The Eye of the Needle (sometimes called Needle's Eye) is a weathered out keyhole-shaped window located about 5 miles up Echo Canyon Road, which follows an alluvial up and into Echo Canyon, in Death Valley National Park.

Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park is glorious in December. There are no crowds and the colors vibrate in the low winter sun. Here is a collection of photos taken in 2016 throughout the park. Did I say there are no crowds?! 

Locations visited

Death Valley is huge. The major sections of the park are miles apart, on roads that leave alot to be desired. The gallery below contains photos from many of the most iconic locations: Badwater Basin, Dante’s View, Zabriski Point, Artist’s Palette, Mars Hill, the Devil’s Golf Course,  Lee FLat, Aguerreberry Point, Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, Ashford Mill, Ubehebe Crater, Marble Canyon, and Titus Canyon. Here is a National Park Map of Death Valley.

Photo gallery of Death Valley

Here is a selection of photographs taken in and around the park.

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