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  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 18 Oct 2017, 00:36
Aha. Another perspective!
Frank L Croston.: There were many, Bonnie.
Oh good job - pulling back and showing all this space! Love that you included the juniper dotted cliffs beyond
Frank L Croston.: Thank you M'
  • Martine
  • France
  • 18 Oct 2017, 05:00
Impressionnant, j'aime beaucoup.
Frank L Croston.: Thank you very much, Martine.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Oct 2017, 06:16
A quite stunning image Frank
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Chris. Much appreciated.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere is deep space
  • 18 Oct 2017, 06:37
My only concern would be having to clean all the sand off afterwards, but that might be preferable than mud.
Frank L Croston.: It just fell off, Andrew. So dry.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 18 Oct 2017, 07:55
The sand must be firmer than it looks, Frank. I like
Frank L Croston.: Ok for a bike, and dune buggies, but hard work walking!
Cracking picture Frank
Frank L Croston.: Thanks very much, Bill.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 18 Oct 2017, 09:08
Super sand box. That lone rider does emphasize the space aspect.
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Louis.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 18 Oct 2017, 15:23
I wonder how easy it is to keep a bike upright.

Great picture Frank.
Frank L Croston.: Well this guy did ok, it seemed more popular with dune buggies, they were literally flying!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Oct 2017, 18:16
It must be an adventure for the biker - but it is not an evironmemtally friendly habit, sorry!
Frank L Croston.: I think it is, Philine. You will be pleased to know that they are only allowed in small sections of the dunes. The rest is fenced off.
The biker certainly gives it scale!
Frank L Croston.: It needed it, Tom.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 19 Oct 2017, 10:13
These are impressive dunes, Frank.
Frank L Croston.: They were very impressive, Ray.
What a contrast between the dunes and the rocky edge in the background.
Frank L Croston.: Yes, its a geological thing, the sand is blown in through a gap in the landscape on the Utah, Arizona border, there is also an hours time difference, strange place.
I like all the tracks...
Frank L Croston.: Lots of them, Larry.
What a great dune!
Frank L Croston.: Huge, Mary!

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