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パノラマを撮影したのは Pete Babij 撮影日 19:03, 19/12/2010 - Views loading...


The Lake House

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Former home on beach in Bombay Beach, CA. Salton Sea, an unintended manmade lake in the Califonia desrt,was expected to be the new Palm Springs in the 1950s. There was water skiing, fishing, and real estate to develop. Unfortunately over irrigation and uncontrolled runoff from agriculture made the lake flood, inundating many, many new vacation homes. Then the concentrated nitrates from fertilizer killed all the fish that were stocked for sport fishing.

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A: Magnificent Desolation - Bombay Beach

Pete Babij作, ここから90メートル

Old abandoned pier on the Salton Sea at Bombay Beach, CA. White material on flagpole and ground is sa...

Magnificent Desolation - Bombay Beach

B: Desert Beach

Pete Babij作, ここから90メートル

View of Salton Sea from Bombay Beach.  The Salton Sea is a man made lake in a natural topographical d...

Desert Beach

C: Ruins of Bombay Beach 3 - Salton Sea, CA

Tanja Barnes作, ここから100メートル

Ruins of Bombay Beach 3 - Salton Sea, CA

D: Ruins of Bombay Beach 2 - Salton Sea, CA

Tanja Barnes作, ここから100メートル

Ruins of Bombay Beach 2 - Salton Sea, CA

E: Ruins of Bombay Beach 1 - Salton Sea, CA

Tanja Barnes作, ここから100メートル

Ruins of Bombay Beach 1 - Salton Sea, CA

F: 2010 12 14 Bombaybeach Pan3 2613 1150

Pete Babij作, ここから100メートル

2010 12 14 Bombaybeach Pan3 2613 1150

G: Bombay Beach 1

Milos Adamek作, ここから220メートル

Bombay Beach 1

H: Salton Sea Storms

Pete Babij作, 18.3kmかなた

Salton Sea after winter storm. Morning rain flooded all the washes heading down to the Salton. Floodw...

Salton Sea Storms

J: Sunrise Selfie at Salvation Mountain

Tanja Barnes作, 26.1kmかなた

I guess this one's a selfie too because there was nowhere to hide when the sun came up. What I partic...

Sunrise Selfie at Salvation Mountain

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