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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New photography from Pat Kofahl: Death Valley Dunes

Light and shadow create interesting geometries and textures in the desert landscape at Mesquite Flat, near Stovepipe Wells in Death Valley, California. This fine art image is available in multiple sizes on paper, canvas, metal and plexiglass. Prices start at $49.00!

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

New Photography by Pat Kofahl: Winter Gondolier - St Mark's Basin

A gondolier checks his mooring on a frosty winter morning near St. Mark's Square, in Venice, Italy. This fine art monochrome image is available in multiple sizes on paper, canvas, metal and plexiglass. Prices start at $49.00!

Friday, August 1, 2014

New Photography by Pat Kofahl: The Scarf Seller - El Salvador

A young textile vendor sells her scarves on the streets of Lourdes, El Salvador. This fine art monochrome image is available in multiple sizes on paper, canvas, metal and plexiglass. Prices start at $49.00!

Thursday, July 31, 2014

New Photography by Pat Kofahl: Circular Logic

Wild summer grasses form fascinating gometric shapes at the Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, Arizona. This fine art monochrome image is available in multiple sizes on paper, canvas, metal and plexiglass. Prices start at $49.00!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

New work by Pat Kofahl: Death Valley Dunes

Located near the border of California and Nevada, in the Great Basin, east of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Death Valley constitutes much of Death Valley National Park and is the principal feature of the Mojave and Colorado Deserts Biosphere Reserve. It is located mostly in Inyo County, California. It runs from north to south between the Amargosa Range on the east and the Panamint Range on the west; the Sylvania Mountains and the Owlshead Mountains form its northern and southern boundaries, respectively. It has an area of about 3,000 sq mi (7,800 km2).[5] The highest point in Death Valley itself is Telescope Peak in the Panamint Range, which has an elevation of 11,043 feet (3,366 m). - Wikipedia~

Friday, July 25, 2014

New Work by Pat Kofahl: White House Ruin - Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly National Monument (/dəˈʃeɪ/ də·shā′) was established on April 1, 1931 as a unit of the National Park Service. It is located in northeastern Arizona within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation. Reflecting one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes of North America, it preserves ruins of the early indigenous tribes that lived in the area, including the Ancient Pueblo Peoples (also called Anasazi) and Navajo.- Wikipedia`

Saturday, July 12, 2014

New photography by Pat Kofahl. Dawn at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley

Millions of years prior to the actual sinking and widening of Death Valley, another lake covered a large portion of Death Valley including the area around Zabriskie Point. This ancient lake began forming approximately nine million years ago. During several million years of the lake's existence, sediments were collecting at the bottom in the form of saline muds, gravels from nearby mountains, and ashfalls from the then-active Black Mountain volcanic field. These sediments combined to form what we today call the Furnace Creek Formation.Camels, mastodons, horses, carnivores, and birds left tracks in the lakeshore muds, along with fossilized grass and reeds. Wikipedia~