Photo workshop - day 3

I did not know of Salton Sea until yesterday.
Salton Sea is a saline, endorheic rift lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault in California's Imperial Valley.
Like Death Valley, it is below sea level; currently, its surface is 226 ft (69 m) below sea level. The deepest area of the sea is 5 ft (1.5 m) higher than the lowest point of Death Valley.

We went to the Bombay beach on Salton Sea shore for the photo workshop. It was very dry, abandoned and, filled with the omen of 'death'. There was dead and dried fish on the beach - and, abandoned, salt-encrusted structures every where. We were extremely de-hydrated and went to the lowest American Legion as our next spot. This day was memorable - but, in different way.