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Dasht-e Lut (Persian: کویر لوت, "Emptiness Desert"), known as the Lut Desert, is a large desert in southeastern Kerman Iran and is the world's 25th largest desert.
The surface of the sand there has been measured at temperatures as high as 70.7°C (159°F), and it is one of the world's driest and hottest places.
Taken in Fuerteventura.
I could have done it better, but at the time I wanted to take a quick shot as we stopped in the middle of nowhere. There was no traffic, but I did not want to take too much risk. Unfortunately we did not get any more days with these beautiful cloud formations.
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The Klondike Highway snakes along the edge of Tutshi Lake in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
"To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent." ~ Buddha
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When one arrives here, on this stretch of road, on this infinite straight line of asphalt which leads the eye and the driver into an absolutely world famous landmark, it is literally impossible not to halt the car, step down and take a photo. Doesn't matter how many times one passes from here, he must stop. And when the sky is like this one, no excuses.
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The two things I love the most when I drive in America are the Road and the Sky. While we were crossing the Everglades on the Tamiami Trail, FL I had to stop and to take a shot in one of the several places where the road and the sky where they meet so well.
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First-time visitors to our cabin are always treated to a drive down Rogers Road, a series of rolling hills through woods and corn fields. Over the crest of one special hill the road dramatically seems to drop right out from under you. Approaching the crest of that hill, we usually speed up just a bit . . . !
On top of Egton Moor shortly after sunrise.
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Looking south on Hwy 810 ("Blue Trail"), about 20 minutes' drive south of Fort Macleod, Alberta. Waterton/Glacier Parks in the distance
Beautiful Autumn evening in Abbottabad Love shooting that day :)))
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A sunrise in the forest illuminates the road of ice. Same location and an another cold morning.
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Road between Kayenta and Monument Valley, Arizona, USA.
Thanks for the comments, I will be taking a break, next upload hopefully around 20 February.
South-North Elevated Road Intersection with Yan’an Elevated Road at night
A road in South Tirol captured out of the driving car. Don´t worry, I was on the passenger side.
[As sung by John Denver]
Please check out one of the great songs form my generation: Road to Nowhere sung by David Byrne of Talking Heads live at Union Chapel