017- Dead Sea
As the mineral-rich water evaporates on the Dead Sea shores, it leaves behind crystallized salt called halite. Over time, the gradual buildup of salt coats entire beaches, while the waves smooth and sculpt it into spectacular random formations. Other minerals and organic matter trapped within the crystalline structures commonly give them soft hues or bright colors.
Common on the Dead Sea beaches untouched by recent development. An example is south of the Mujib Bridge at the GPS coordinates: 31.4317°, 35.5628°.