This is a satellite image that shows the southern edges of the world's largest hot desert that stretches across Africa from the Red Sea to the Atlantic.
At these southern edges water appears seasonally and, as you travel south, more permanently - hence the golden sands of the true desert, and its water fed areas seen here.
Yet it looks almost as much like clouds and blue sky, and, yet again, has a painterly quality to it.
We find it a fascinating and gloriously original image, and when digitally printed onto our high quality silk it creates a wonderful scarf.
Another example of the coming together of nature, technology and high resolution images to create something original and beautiful that is very Weston.