Sand storm starting.
From my files.
When one of these storms arrive, it means everything gets covered in a fine dust, which takes days to clear..
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Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art).
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13 thoughts on “Sand storm.”
Thank you Ronald.
Very striking and beautiful in its simplicity.
I loved going into the desert, but hated sitting on a beach. Completely different sand, one can be blown away, beach sand on the other hand sticks around for days.
You’re absolutely certain that it’s this planet? 😉
Yes because otherwise I would have needed to be lost by about 62.1 million km (38.6 million miles) as of 2020. I have been lost before but never by that amount.🙂
I’m certainly glad. Because otherwise I would’ve thought…
On second thoughts:
I could have been on planet Arrakis, it’s a difficult one 😎
Yeah. I try to avoid that.
Thanks, although I did need to get the vacuum cleaner out when I got home. My Landrover was full of fine sand. Fortunately I had cameras in a Pelican storage case.
I understand. I’ve been in Africa. The sand is deadly for the camera.
Some form of rain cover works surprisingly well, but meticulous cleaning when home.
I found my F4 ok because it had good seals, as long as I didn’t change lenses.