A full Easter moon rises at sunset over a lonely tree perched atop one of the salty hills the make up the Lake Mungo Lunette. Known as the Walls of China, the lunette is formed by wind blowing over the dry lakebed for thousands of years. It is found on the eastern edge of Lake Mungo which dried up some 14,000 years ago. Outback NSW, Australia. Taken as a single shot; feel free to ask any questions.
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