Sand-hills of Al Ain

In the deserts, sands and winds are always in touch.
They cuddle and caress each other for almost every day and night and
that’s why you see the peak edge of a sand-hill always
flying and flowing away, grain-by-grain with the wind.

This interplay of force of air on solid grains of sand
sometimes makes fast changes to a desert’s landscape.
Desert hills may disappear overnight and may be dispersed.
In extreme weather condition like desert sandstorms, this
air gradually transports a desert hill to far away,
sometimes even crossing continents and seas!
Sand-hills of Al AinParticipating with this week’s challengers of Skywatch Friday.

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