Lake Lefroy, outside of Kambalda on the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia. It is 5700 Ha.
It's a massive expanse of thick, mushy, crunchy white salt that's smooth then ruffled in turns as the wind sighs and screams across it. It goes from pale pink to soft blues as the sun rises which change into angry reds and slate greys as it sets. In the heat of the day it's blisteringly white almost impossible to look at.