09.02.2018 🇪🇬 人生第一座沙漠🏜️-沙哈拉沙漠 前往黑白沙漠的路途真的很艱辛，一早7點從飯店出發，換了兩次車約下午3點才到巴哈利亞綠洲(Bahariya oasis)，其中包括至少2個半小時的等待及擠在17個人的小麵包車上，真的是坐到屁股快爛掉，一路上也被沙吹到超級狼狽，埃及solo travel真的是hen辛苦。 終於抵達Agabat Valley後，站在高處看整個峽谷真的是很壯觀，放大圖片可以看到遠方的吉普車，可以想像旁邊的山丘有多高，真的會覺得一切的辛苦都值得了！ #agabatvalley #blackandwhitedesert #bahariyaoasis #gopro #goprohero4 #sahara #saharadesert #egypt
We have shown you what Sahara looks like when covered with snow... but what does it usually look like on an average day from space? This satellite image was captured over southeastern Algeria in the heart of the Sahara desert. In this image, a large area of rock appearing purple stretches across the right side of the image, with fluvial erosion patterns testament to an earlier time when the area received more rainfall. Today, this area sees an average of about 10 mm of rainfall per year. The heat and lack of water render vast desert areas highly unwelcoming, making satellites the best way to observe and monitor these environments on a large scale. Japan’s ALOS satellite recorded this image on 28 January 2011. Credit: JAXA/ESA (@europeanspaceagency @esa_earth)
Moon-Rise in Sahara This amazing photograph was captured by Riccardo Maria Mantero (@riccardo_mantero) while a huge full moon was rising in the Sahara desert on March 13, 2017 "Some white tents are in the middle of the sand dunes far away, who knows who is inside them and what kind of adventure are they living. Another thing we shared that night, the sight of this spectacular gigantic moon. Can anyone imagine something better to begin a night in the most famous desert of the world?" - @riccardo_mantero We hope that you like this photo and leave a comment below.