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Old Feb 26, 2013, 9:36 PM   #1
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Coming home from a trip to the Sonoran Desert I passed by the Salton Sea.

1. Dying sea.
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2. The deserted seashores.
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3. The silence.
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G'day Mike

Very taken with #3 - starkly powerful shot

Well done
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Nice set of pictures, just one more reason I have to get back there one last time.
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Loved the Tree
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Love them. Very interesting area and nice captures.
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A lonely and deserted place, eh Mike?
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Yes Walter,

Its very deserted. There are some places around it's shore like Bombay Beach on the east and Salton City on the west that have neighborhoods with a few people, but thats about it.

It's about that time of year again where the weather is cooling off enough to venture back to the sea.

I'm in the process of planning a couple of trips out there this winter/spring. If they get any rain this winter the wildflower bloom is quite spectacular around late February to mid March in adjoining Anza Borrego.

I love it out there.

Thanks for taking a look everyone, appreciate the comments.
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