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Take a death trip

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LA photobloggers recommend taking a trip out to Death Valley now while the weather is still endurable. This weekend, while the temps will top off in the high 60s in Los Angeles, the Death Valley mercury will rise into the 90s. The shots that Ian got recently look almost like another planet — the kind of planet where summer temperatures regularly spike over 120 degrees.