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The salt flats of Death valley
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Shows that huge expanse beautifully!
A landscape filled with so much detail it really beggars belief, simply amazing.
Fantastic textured beach - Helen
the alien surface of the deadly salt plain and the endless sky frame the distant mountains, a mirage to lure unsuspecting travellers into a trap or to stay prudently where you were to capture the beauty of the spot.
The Australian salt plains always made me feel exposed and eerie, the most treacherous spots on earth.
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