Sounds like Ebie Crater, LOL! After our sunrise photo shoot at the Mustard Canyon and the Borax Mining, we came back to our campsite, had breakfast and got ready for what was going to be a long day to Death Valley Junction, passing through this crater and ultimately ending at the Race Track.
The joy of being a passenger and steady hands, you get to capture drive by photos. The moon setting with the Death Valley Wash in the background.
A shot of the moon setting from inside the moving vehicle, equipped with tint AKA lens filter on the way to Ubehebe Crater — at Death Valley National Park.
Ubehebe Crater is a large volcanic crater 600 feet deep and half a mile across. “Ubehebe” (Paiute name) means “big basket”. This name was first applied to the 5,678 ft. Ubehebe Peak, 24 miles southwest of the crater. It was created by a powerful volcanic steam explosion.
Here’s Little Ebie, ooppps, Little Hebe crater.