3 from the desert

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  1. danir

    danir No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Haven't posted in a long time..
    These are three from the mountains near Eilat.

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    Thanks for looking.
    Dani
     
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    These are all very nice but #2 really stands out for me. Especially how the sand is visibly wind-blown on the crest of that dune.
     
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    I like the first one more it looks like faces been carved on stones, other two are also nice, i have never been in desert but it looks so fascinating
     
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    I also like shot two the best... but that airborne sand would scare the crap out of me and my camera...
     
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    Is the first shot from Petra in Jordan? I took many similar shots just like that at Petra.
     
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    Thanks for commenting.
    Noah, Petra is on the other side of the Jordan valley.

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