© Photo: Riihele. All rights reserved
The sky looks like the water,
the water looks like the sky,
looking like they were painted in
soft and muted watercolours…
This photo was taken by me in Ein Bokek by the Dead Sea last year. The pic is totally untouched for it is as it was. Here is some interesting information on this spectacular spot:
The Dead Sea has a climate which boasts year-round sunny skies and dry air with low pollution. It has less than 50mm mean annual rainfall and a summer average temperature between 32 and 39 degrees Celsius. The winter average temperature is between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius.
The region has weakened UV radiation, particularly the UVB (erythrogenic rays), and an atmosphere characterized by a high oxygen content due to the high barometric pressure. The Dead Sea’s mix of bromide, potash, magnesium and salt is like no other body of water on the planet.The shore is the lowest dry place in the world. (iNFO: Wikipedia)