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Desert Lake, Sinai
Egypt

This little lake of water was formed after the enormous rain storm that hit the Red Sea coast on the night of the 17th January 2010, a very rare event. Even more than one month later some of the water was still there, resulting in a thin layer of fresh green in many parts of the otherwise sandy desert.

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Uploaded: 24/03/2010
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Tags: red sea; sinai; desert; mountains; sand desert; sinai peninsula; outdoors; rain storm
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