We’ve got a ton of photos of the Bonnite Salt Flashes on our site.
We’ve seen the most amazing photos in the history of our site, including the incredible photos of Mount Wilson that are shared by our readers every single day.
But today, we’re sharing something even more bizarre.
We’re sharing a photo of the top of Bonnevils salt flats that we found in a parking lot, and we don’t mean that as a compliment.
We mean that this is a photo that we actually found in the parking lot of the hotel we stayed in.
We have no idea who the photographer was, or why he was at the hotel.
We know he was there for the Bonnaroo, but we don the photographer’s name, or his location, or even whether or not he was even in the hotel when the photo was taken.
We have no reason to believe that this man was a tourist.
We do know, however, that we were lucky enough to see him, and that he was doing something we hadn’t seen on the Bountiful Salt Flames.
The Bonnites Bonnies Salt Flaces are on the top shelf of the mountain.
We think it’s a good idea to show you the entire view from the Bonnetville Salt Flat.
We’ve been posting photos of these salt flats all year long.
But now we’ve got the chance to do something special.
And what better way to do it than to share it with you.
We hope you enjoy this new perspective on Bonnits Salt Flases, as well as the incredible views from across the Bonney Range.
We look forward to sharing more of our photos of Bonn’s Salt Flates as we continue to document this stunning mountain.