The upside of drought in SoCal: Winter sunsets

The lack of rain, which depends on a lack of low clouds and overcast conditions, can make possible some utterly spectacular sunsets.  This one from Death Valley in late December, courtesy of David Huscher. Here's one I saw on the PCT from a place in the San Gabriel Mountains called Camp Guffy, at about 8200Continue reading “The upside of drought in SoCal: Winter sunsets”