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Just Sharing Lake Hart - one of the Aussie inland salt lakes seen while going thru the dry centre

Ozzie_Traveller

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G'day all

Lake Hart - one of the Aussie inland salt lakes on the 3000km road north between Adelaide and Darwin.
These old posts are all that remains of a salt extraction industry from 100 yrs ago


exif- Fuji 5000; 1/2000s x F8,0; ISO-200; lens at 2x zoom / 35mm FF equiv

as always, feedback welcome
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Pretty cool landscape. Salt flats are always cool to see.
 

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3000km road - that’s quite some distance. If that was planned in modern day Britain they’d never finish building it.
 

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3000km road - that’s quite some distance. If that was planned in modern day Britain they’d never finish building it.
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From Adelaide at the bottom to Darwin up "the Top End" - yep it's (supposedly) 3007km ... I've driven it a number of times, and on each journey I pass cyclists who have made it one of their bucket-list projects
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Great shot. Where abouts on the map are the salt lakes?
 

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Good shot and very interesting. I think that's longer than Route 66.
 

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Great shot. Where abouts on the map are the salt lakes?
Ahhhh gee ... I did wonder about an "x" ... so here it is :)
ps- a cm or so above the 'x' and slightly to the right is Lake Eyre that I'm sure you have all heard of

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