Fab shots Dianne. Ever since I discovered blogging I have wanted to capture the light at the salt pans. They are almost always worth a shot.
At first I thought it was Snowtown, but their piles are bigger and grubbier.Very pretty photos, quite sparkly.
Turning the industrial into beautiful, very nice! :)
Great colours and light. The colour matches my new blog colours.
Classic cool blue & white colours. The salt lakes are such an add phenomenon. I remember driving past them once and someone had placed a row of tyres cut in half to form semi circles on the salt pans. The last one was in the shape of a serpents head so it looked like the Lochness Monster swimming on the surface. It was very imaginative. Cheers J.
This is a phenomenom that I haven't seen before. I like the way you've cropped (?) and framed these pic to emphasize the horizon.
Someone else who is captivated by the walking sentinels!! I love the way they are all linked but separate in the first image!! So that is all salt! My first thought was snow, but you don't get snow...
Super cool images Dianne, true blue and white, a dynamic combination.
I don't usually think of industrial sites as beautiful, but this one is -- dramatic and beautiful! Terrific capture, Dianne!! Hope you have a wonderful week! Enjoy!
Really interesting light!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I like the light in your pictures.
The lighting in this is beautiful! Even the wires take on a beauty!
An interesting subject for photos. You've captured the light beautifully.
What joy for the sense of sight indeed.daily athens photo
Beautiful photography ~ tis winter ^_^ ( A Creative Harbor) ^_^
Dianne, lovely and unusual reflective shots.
the water looks like glass--so still. these are awesome photos.
Amazing shots - just awesome!
Wow.. just wow! The light and the reflection... so very powerfulMollyxxx
Wow, amazing for sure.
You prepared a very interesting article, the blue in your pictures is magnificent!Léia
Fab photos! Really pleasing to my eyes. The panorama is nice. I wonder how many photos you have taken for this panorama.
I have seen places for salt procuction before on three locations I think. But never seen any this large. Really so white it is blinding.
Love all the subtle lines in this photo! And in this one the telephone lines are not conspicuous:)
Wonderful! Congrats on these fabulous shots Dianne.
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