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Salt Deserts of Iran
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Wau al Namus, a dormant volcano surrounded by dunes of black sand.
Ripples of volcanic sand line the inside of the Wau al Namus crater.
Northern edge of the Murzuq Sand Sea
Northern part of Jebel Acacus.
Ground art made by tourists on the way from Wau al Kebir to Wau el Namus
Center pivot irrigation project along the NW side of the Murzuq Sand Sea
Rock engravings of Wadi Methkandoush, said to be at least 12,000 years old
A car found wrecked on Saturday morning, in front of the regional assembly building in Sebha.
Desert guide Khaled Derdera with the steering wheel of a truck left behind by an oil exploration crew in Murzuq Sand Sea.
Base of a star dune in the sand sea of Murzuq
Eroded sandstone pinnacles of Maridet
Eroded sandstone pinnacles just east of Afozedzhar Arch, in the southern part of Jebel Acacus
Stone-age warfare as depicted at Wadi Tiheden, a rock art site in the Tashwinat region of the Acacus mountains.
Umm al-Maa (Mother of Water) lake in the Ubari Sand Sea
Umm al-Maa lake in the Ubari Sand Sea. The lakes have slowly been drying up due to increased farm irrigation.
Lake Trona, one of the northern-most of the Ubari Lakes, stained purple by high mineral content
Views of dry lake some 10 km east of Umm al-Maa in the Ubari Sand Sea
Pre-Islamic grave site Southwest of Maridet
Northern part of the Acacus region, where orange colored sands from Oan Caza have blown into the sandstone valleys.
Wind eroded rocks of Jebel Acacus at dusk
Afozedzhar Arch, the largest natural arch in the southern part of Jebel Acacus