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Lake Hart




We are on the road back from Coober Pedy.  Lots more flat country and this is one of the interesting things along the way. I’m told this lake is usually much drier than this.   The sky is getting dark and growly … more rain to come.

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  1. Beautiful lines in this one - the contrast of the green grass and gray sky is lovely. There's something almost romantic about it.

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  2. It must be magic to come across a lake in the desert.

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  3. The couple of times I've passed the lake it's had water in it, but not THAT much! The sky is a bit of a giveaway as to why though!!

    Happy travels!!

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  4. As usual, the colours are beautiful!

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