In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Forces of Nature.”
We get a surprising amount of rain in the desert – most often it comprises short showers which leave just a few droplets on the sand. However In January of this year we had a major rainstorms which literally washed the top layer of sand away on many dunes.
You can see where the rivulets of water cascaded down the dune; this is mother nature’s version of etch-a-sketch as a few days of drying out followed by a warm wind and the lines are gone forever!
You can see more pictures of Liwa – after the rain here.