In the second part of this mini USA road trip I visit the incredible landscape of the Alabama Hills in California.

I start off the video in Death Valley where I come across some incredibly unique mud cracks which produced some of my favourite images from the whole trip.

I then make my way to the Alabama Hills and seeing the Sierra Nevada mountain range for the first time was incredible. In the video, I share my thoughts and opinions of visiting the Alabama Hills.

On the whole it was amazing and certainly an very underrated location in California, probably because there are many iconic national parks nearby.

I also offer some helpful tips and pieces of advice throughout the video which will hopefully enable you to plan a trip of your own. Photographically speaking it was incredible and I certainly got the images I envisaged before visiting.

I also tried my hand at astrophotography, something I haven’t done before, and I was pleasantly surprised with the results.

Towards the end of the video, I head back to Death Valley National Park and visit Ubehebe Crater and the Mesquite Dunes.

On one of my last sunsets in Death Valley I was incredibly lucky with the weather conditions and I got some beautiful light shining on the mountains – a truly special experience.

I hope you enjoy the video. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to comment below.