A traveler back home. But where is home? Home is wherever you are ... or in the distance.
Very interesting to see. I guess every place has it's dry spots.
Beautiful shot...almost misty looking for a dry area.LeslieABCW Team
very striking in its barrenness.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Almost looks like a painting.
It looks almost like snow.
I've never seen a photo of a Chinese desert. Very unusual and subtle colors.
I wonder if it looked as stark in the olden days. I always imagined the Silk Road to be lined with vegetation of some sort.
The northern route from the Silk Road was going north along the Taklamakan Desert from Kashgar (Kashi) to Ürümqi. Taklamakan is one of the largest sandy deserts in the world.
Hi Carola,You do have an interesting travel blog. I spent time living in Asia and have been digging through old photos of Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong in search of unusual stories I can resurrect.As I have gotten older and airline travel has gotten more and more uncomfortable, my desire for distant shores is lessening. Still, the world is a magnificent place. Wouldn't you love to see it all?
Looks hazardous and treacherous with hidden or unpredictable dangers.
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