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A view of the Dasht-e Kevir, the great salt desert, which at its border, near Yazd, is more like a stony desert. To prevent the saline earth to come too close to Yazd, camel thorns have been planted everywhere. The air in this area is always saturated with dust from the desert.

The picture is shot from Chak Chak, an important pilgrimage place for zoroastrians, hung in the middle of a cliff.

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