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This is not art but strikingly blue salt fields of Australia

When flying cross-country, you can see a number of spectacular sights. Fly over Arizona and you’ll see the Grand Canyon. Make it to northern Italy and you’ll see the towering Alps. But if you head on over to Australia, don’t expect to see just barren red land. Aussie photographer Simon Butterworth shows us that the outback is just as colourful as any place on Earth.

At first, these beautiful blue images look like paintings. But these images are actually of the Shark Bat Salt Works along Useless Loop (gotta love Aussie names) in Western Australia. You can check out the salt works on Google Maps and while they look extraordinary on Google, Butterworth has certainly perfected the art of snapping these salt fields.

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Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth
Blue Fields by Simon Butterworth

About the author

Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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