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Israeli artist Sigalit Landau dropped a 1920's era black gown into the famously salty Dead Sea for a project titled "Salt Bride."

Finally, the Dead Sea gets a ghost.
Finally, the Dead Sea gets a ghost.

Landau returned to the dress periodically, to take pictures of the crystallization process. The rapidity with which the dress gets coated in salt makes it very clear why the Dead Sea has so few living creatures in there with it.

Those aren't bubbles. Those are salt farms.
Those aren't bubbles. Those are salt farms.