Photographer's Note

A visit to Death Valley, the second hottest place in the world, is always hot when going in the summer. This time the temperature was around 45 degrees celcius (113 in fahrenheit) when we were walking in the famous sand dunes. I'd wish we could go to the highest one of them, but unfortunately we didn't have time, and of course it was hot, hot, hot!

The weather really made it hard for my camera. I think I had to take the same picture 3 times or so and the camera turned off a few times because of the heat. A new experience for a usually cold Norwegian.

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