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Djibouti, Lake Assal. An Afar camel caravan crossing the salt flats of Lake Assal, as shadows lengthen in the late afternoon. At 509 feet below sea level, Lake Assal is the lowest place in Africa. Each camel carries between four and ten thirty-pound sacks according to the size and maturity of the animal. The salt is sold across the border in Ethiopia. by John Warburton-Lee Photography
This should be a room. Imagine a tiny person dancing in there, and when someone plays the violin, she dances, or the sound of the violin is actually her singing, and she lets the boy who pretends to play it take the credit because he needs to, and she loves him . . .