One Word Photo Challenge: Sandstorm

When I think of sandstorms, I think of Ancient Egypt. I know there are sandstorms all over the globe, all the time, but that’s what I think of.

Here is a picture of “sandstorm” written in Elder Futhark, an ancient runic alphabet, which was derived from the hieroglyphics of Ancient Egypt.


Fun fact: The Egyptian God of sandstorms was Set, or Seth. He was also the god of chaos, disorder, violence, and storms in general.


For the One Word Photo Challenge

Part of the Daily Blogging Challenge July 2015


3 thoughts on “One Word Photo Challenge: Sandstorm

  1. Really awesome take! I think of Egypt too, but I think maybe that’s the only way they’re really depicted in tv shows/movies and such.

  2. […] were all very small tornadoes created by dirt and wind. I probably could have used this for the sand storm challenge a few weeks ago, but I though they were better suited for this […]

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