Running alongside a town called Lochiel, in the north of South Australia, is a beautiful lake, Bumbunga. It’s often pink due to the salt which is mined and provides the main employment for the township of less than 100 people. My last photo, taken with my Samsung S20FE as we sped past, is the rumoured cousin of Loch Ness, Loch Eel.
Looking rather worn out, I believe it has been retired, as a much more robust specimen came into view. There are a few places where you can usually stop and take a better shot, but there were roadworks on the day, so this is it. Or them.
For Brian’s, from Bushboy’s blog, challenge, Last On the Card.