Bombay Beach, Salton Sea Photo



Bombay Beach, lies alongside and below the flood level of the Salton Sea, so that it floods occasionally when the Salton Sea rises.  A part of Bombay Beach is composed of derelict old trailer homes, shacks and wharfs, slowly sinking in the mud and salt. Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA, natural history stock photograph, photo id 22494Add To Light Table
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Bombay Beach, lies alongside and below the flood level of the Salton Sea, so that it floods occasionally when the Salton Sea rises. A part of Bombay Beach is composed of derelict old trailer homes, shacks and wharfs, slowly sinking in the mud and salt. Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA

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Location: Salton Sea, Imperial County, California, USA
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