The wind lifts huge masses of sand into the air and drives them through the desert, during the rain the drops mix in sand, turn red and immediately cover all with the red spots.
Water flows from the sky, but after 10 minutes everything stops. Only the uppermost layer of sand gets wet and there are fanciful marks on it from cars and shoes, which dries very quickly.
The desert becomes red
Here there is silence, there is no cellular net and electricity, only red sand because a lot of iron oxides, bushes and occasional trees.
Since 2011, the Jordan desert Wadi Rum has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. But local Bedouins live there about the same way as they lived centuries ago, grow camels and goats and adapt to modern realities by driving tourists in the desert on killed 30-year-old SUVs
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