The Salton Sea is an inland saline lake in the Sonoran Desert of extreme southeastern California. It occupies the Salton Basin, a remnant of prehistoric Lake Cahuilla. It was once a thriving recreational site for boating and resorts. Today the water is receding and polluted since it is no longer fed by the Colorado River. Photographic opportunities abound in this seemingly perceived wasteland. Over the years I have traveled back several times to see the landscape and landmarks change, some disappearing altogether.