NEAR ENDPHASE—Drought results in redish growth watering hole. I'm not
sure what the striking crimson red groundcover is, but it must be a salt-loving
Goosefoot of some kind . . . Percipitation in some of these areas is down to around
2 inches a year.
On the road in the American Northwest.

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