Salt Lake City It Wasn’t


Saturday 05 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Driving across the barren desert landscape of southern Tunisia in summer can be quite foreboding. There is not a lot to see, unless that is you have a fetish for sand and scenery of the light beige variety.




But when you come across vast salt lakes it can be quite a breathtaking sight.




What struck me was the contrast between the start whiteness of the salt, and the azure blue of the water.






Of course, like all places these days, commercialism and tourism has taken hold. However, there were no huge air-conditioned bus terminals or gift shops with fancy price tags; nope, this was it – just a young lad and his family with their roadside stalls.




For other posts about this part of the world, click this link, Africa


9 thoughts on “Salt Lake City It Wasn’t

  1. Aparajita says:

    What was the kid selling?


  2. Mei-Mei says:

    That’s definitely a beautiful color palette!


  3. fredrieka says:

    momwithoutpaws loves the color of the water


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