My week in the Eastern Sierra and Death Valley ended up being one of the wettest those areas had seen in many years. It was not what I was hoping for but the flipside was that as the storm fronts rolled in and out it made for some very dramatic skies.
Those storm clouds were on full display here at the Eureka Dunes. The clouds were rolling over and down the Last Chance Mountains and then crashing down on the dunes like a tidal wave.
For the hour or so that I was there a family of three were playing and enjoying the views from along the tops of the dunes and they really gave a sense of scale to these, the tallest dunes in California.
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Rain Dance by David Young on Flickr