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Glad not to have false teeth. The track(very loose term) to this location was a real car killer.

I’m on the edge of Lake Frome, a very large expanse of salt to the east of Balcanoona in the northern Flinders Ranges of South Australia.

The salt on the lake is dotted with sand dunes said to have been formed in the last ice age more than 10 thousand years ago.

The formations on the edge of the lake are no less intriguing. Shifting sand constantly being reshaped by the wind.