You could get some serious thinking done out there!Nice shot, Leah!
It's a great place to expand your mind, David. Thanks.
It looks so warm. A good thing on a snowy day like this.
Laurita, warm is good.
(the Bag Lady) Lovely shot, cousin! Makes me want to walk across it and make some tracks.
Me, too, Bag Lady.Thanks, Bossy Betty.
I've never been to that type of desert. Need to change that!
Chris, I hope you get there.
Oh how lovely! I want to makes tracks too!
Reb, it's like gazing out on a great big sandbox. It's hard not to play.
I was stranded in a bus with a flat tire out in that desert...and therefore, do not have pleasant thoughts.
Even though i've never been to Egypt, that's the kind of scene i picture when i think of anything outside the cities.
Beautiful but deadly terrain. Terrific shot though.
It makes me very glad we're five inches over the average rainfall for this time of year.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Tabor, you must have a great story to tell.Messymimi, there's a green belt along the Nile, but not much else.David, thanks. And you're right.Mary Anne, I understand.
It makes me think of a clean kitchen floor. I want to sprint across it as quick as possible to make tracks before someone stops me;)
It must have been a wonderful experience to see this beautiful place firsthand.
That would be great fun, Dawn.Hilary, I often took a moment to express my gratitude to the Universe.
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