Thursday, May 28, 2015

Greetings from the Salton Sea!

The Salton Sea is so strange and unusual it really does require some background information, especially if you are unfamiliar with the area. No time tonight to do this, but hopefully on a follow-up post. For now, just let me share some shots of tonight's sunset.



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19 comments:

  1. intresting pictures & equally interesting blog! color renditions in our picture is awesome!

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  2. Those palm trees are clearly overdue. If you found it strange and unreal than it must something very special speaking of desert landscapes.

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  3. Wow, this is abolutely beautiful :)

    -Anette
    www.anettesbokboble.com

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  4. Gorgeous colors and lovely skies. I like the moon shot, the trees and the blue sky are lovely. Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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  5. Beautiful clouds in that last photo. Sunsets are so special.

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  6. ahhhhh...what twilight gifts us with every morning and night!! I love the zoomed in shot...the clouds are surreal.

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  7. like the swishy clouds and that last shot! the light on the palms is really great!

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  8. I wished I could just be there and watch these beautiful skies !

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  9. Amazing - just as I remember it. We lived in Brawley for almost 10 years - the Salton Sea is certainly an interesting place with unique scenery (and scent).

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  10. I read an article a long while back that in the not too distant future the Salton Sea will be no more due to the drought and water diversions.

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  11. We spent a couple of seasons near Niland, at Fountain of Youth RV (it didn't work for us , we are still old ;)... Drove all over this amazing and different area and really look forward to anything further you post about it. Wonder if Salvation Mountain is stiill there (at the Slabs), wonder if the Sea is still there, for that matter. And about the poverty .... There was this otherworldly experience about staying in a fairly nice RV resort, but surrounded by abject poverty and the eerie desert landscapes .....unlike any other place we've ever seen.

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  12. Beautiful skies and interesting shot in the second image. I quite like it very much.

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  13. Really like that last shot with the heron.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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