Blood Red Camargue River Delta


Photo: Sam Dobson/500px

Russian photographer Sam Dobson was passing through Southern France when he noticed something unusual: the river delta Camargue has turned blood red due to its high salt content.

With every small branch encrusted with salt crystals and all flora and forna encased in white and set against the dark red background, the pictures could have been taken from the stills of a science fiction film.

Mr Dobson said: 'Every small branch is covered with crystals and with the red water as a background it looks like something extra-terrestrial.

The Daily Mail has more: Link - via Photojojo


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