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Inland again




We’re heading north, deeper into the inland. There are some interesting views on the way but lots of featureless semi-arid country too.


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  1. Is a hill in the middle of the salt pan? Looks out of this world.

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  2. Love the textures and colours of the salt bush.
    Your pictures convey the quietness too.

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  3. yes I did not know if it was salt or just mirage. Lovely shot.

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  4. I'm back! :-) The top shot is fantastic. What an amazing location for that small mountain!

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