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The Death Valley is the lowest elevation in North America at 282 ft (86 m) below sea level.

The area became the Death Valley National Monument was proclaimed in 1933, which placed the area under federal protection. In 1994 it became a National Park. The park covers 5,219 mi? (13,518 km?)

Death Valley Wikipedia

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Will Pearson

Will Pearson is a London-based panoramic photographer. He has been taking panoramic photographs, stereographic images and virtual tours for more than a decade - both in London and around the world. His photography encompasses architectural shots showcasing sculpted lines and dynamic buildings to Shanghai skylines, to the wild landscapes of the American desert and windswept Cornish beaches.

Among his clients are Sony, The Royal Opera House, St. Regis and many others

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