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Flying high over the Simpson desert, I delightfully reveled in photographing water pools from recent rains.
The Simpson Desert, one of the driest areas of Australia, with rainfall less than 125 mm/year, is characterised by its dunefields, making up 73 % of the desert. The long straight dunes are oriented in a north-northwest/south-southeast direction. Some dunes converge to form Y-junctions with neighbouring dunes, but some remain straight and unbroken for 200 km. The largest dunes in Australia occur in the Simpson Desert.