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I'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder cones

I'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder cones My cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetThumbnailsDarkness sets in as I arrive at the summit of Kelbaker Road at 3700 feet, ready for the 12-mile descent to Kelso in the darkMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetThumbnailsDarkness sets in as I arrive at the summit of Kelbaker Road at 3700 feet, ready for the 12-mile descent to Kelso in the darkMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetThumbnailsDarkness sets in as I arrive at the summit of Kelbaker Road at 3700 feet, ready for the 12-mile descent to Kelso in the darkMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetThumbnailsDarkness sets in as I arrive at the summit of Kelbaker Road at 3700 feet, ready for the 12-mile descent to Kelso in the darkMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetThumbnailsDarkness sets in as I arrive at the summit of Kelbaker Road at 3700 feet, ready for the 12-mile descent to Kelso in the dark

A few joshua trees grow along this stretch of Kelbaker Road, which are especially picturesque at sunset.