The Salton Sea in early Spring.

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7 thoughts on “The Salton Sea in early Spring.

  1. Fiona.q says:

    “beaches of bone” – where does this word “bone” come from? 🙂

    • J. William Young says:

      At first we thought it was sand but it turned out that the beaches were made of bones from the thousands of dead Tilapia washing up on shore.

      • Fiona.q says:

        wow! that’s cool! i guess a closer shot with NON-black & white would make it clearer 😉

  2. “beaches of bone and a tumbleweed” – I just love that! Beautiful!

  3. Very cool title to accompany an intriguing shot…bit of a series coming up possibly? Oh, and welcome back from your Kerouacian road trip. Can’t wait to hear what you guys saw, experienced, listened to, all of it!

    • J. William Young says:

      Haha, thank you sir, I just may make a series, we shall see. And as for the Kerouacian Journey, it was great (though we lacked the same access to amphetamines). I’m sure I’ll be writing about some of it soon. Hope you’re project is moving on schedule, and congrats on the online show!

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