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Simon Butterworth hung out of a plane to capture stunning views of the Useless Loop Solar Salt Operation in Australia.

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Fly Over Australia’s Breathtakingly Blue Salt Flats

Simon Butterworth - Blue Fields Photographer Simon Butterworth has beautifully captured the Useless Loop solar salt operation in Shark Bay, Australia to create a stunning aerial photography series.

Australia's Salt Fields Captured by Simon Butterworth | Yellowtrace

Australia's Salt Fields Captured by Simon Butterworth

These stunning images may look abstract artworks but are actually aerial photographs of Australia's giant SALT operation.

Salt flats at the south end of San Francisco Bay  | by Tolka Rover, via Flickr.  Photography

Earth’s Most Stunning Natural Fractal Patterns - Salt Flats. The San Francisco Bay salt flats pictured above have been used for commercial salt production for over a century.

Hand Drawn Map Of London Print

Hand Drawn Map Of London Print

Hand-drawn map of London by Jenni Sparks. Jenni Sparks has collaborated with Evermade to create the definitive culture map of London.

Surreal Aerial Views of Fish Farms Captured by Bernhard Lang

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Photographer Simon Butterworth captured stunning aerial shots of these blue salt fields in Australia.

Australian Blue Salt Fields by Simon Butterworth

Blue Fields is a series of beautiful aerial photographs depicting Australian salt fields taken by photographer Simon Butterworth using a DJI Phantom 2 dron

Fly Over Australia’s Breathtakingly Blue Salt Flats

Fly Over Australia’s Breathtakingly Blue Salt Flats

salt ponds

These bright pond pockets of red and green are caused by the organisms or micro-algae living within them. The microorganisms located in each pond are determined by their tolerance to salinity, and the colors are reactions to salt levels.

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