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Contest #541

#541

March 2nd, 2018 Posted by | Contest | 9 comments

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  1. Wright Valley, one of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica

  2. Wright Valley and Lake Vanda in Antarctica

  3. Wright Valley Don Juan Pond, Antarctica.

  4. Don Juan Pond – Antarktis – the saltiest of the Antarctic lakes (and probably of the world) with more than 40%
    77°33’02.95″ S 161°18’11.08″ E

    Congratulations to the other two winners of the last series.
    And many thanx to Paul and Andrew for all these fantastic pictures

  5. Wright Valley, Antarctica.
    Olympus Range in the north and Asgard Range south.
    Lake Vanda on the right and Don Juan Pond (world’s saltiest body of water)on the left.
    77°33’33.03″S 161°16’59.61″E

  6. -77.466667, 162.516667 McMurdo dry valleys antartica

  7. Antarctica

    077°33’10.06″S
    161°14’22.86″E

  8. Don Juan Pond, also called Don Juan, Wright Valley (South Fork), Victoria Land, Antarctica
    77.56528 S 161.19056 E
    https://www.livescience.com/49284-worlds-saltiest-body-of-water.html
    https://worldalldetails.com/Pictureview/4369-Natural_Phenomenon_Don_Juan_Pond_Antarctica_Aerial_view.html
    https://www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica%20fact%20file/antarctica%20environment/dry-valleys-blood-falls-don-juan-pond.php
    http://strangesounds.org/2017/11/mysterious-salt-pond-in-antarctica-is-so-salty-it-could-be-close-to-mars-water.html

  9. Don Juan Pond, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica

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