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Furnace Creek Area:
A rainbow of colors in the eroded clay deposits of ancient lakebed sediments is produced by oxidation. The colors are most pronounced late afternoon. Artist's Palette, is a particularly unusual mosaic of red, yellow, orange, green, violet, brown and black hues.
Artist's Palette Geology
This is one of the most colorful sites in Death Valley. The rocks exposed here belong to the Miocene Artist’s Drive formation. The formation consists of ...
Artist's Drive 1935 - (Loop road to Artist's Palette)
Burton Frasher photo