We talk quite a bit about bucket lists at Newshub Travel, and this place would be near the top of mine.
In a place so remote that Google Maps would likely tell you it's in the middle of nowhere, this place is a junkyard like no other.
In fact, it's more graveyard than junkyard.
As well as being the resting place for 300,000 Volkswagen's, the area's become the final destination for dozens of airliners the world has forgotten.
Photographer Jassen Todorov captured these images.
"It is both very impressive and really shocking to see thousands of fairly new cars in the California desert, mostly VWs and Audi's and all of them are models 2009 to 2015."
Todorov is far from being a plane spotter or a petrol head, instead it was the lines of cars and planes that drew him to the remote location.
"As a photographer and musician, I am especially interested in the patterns and colours created here. It is a totally surreal scene to witness from above."