Custard Lake

The world famous Custard Lake in Australia supplies the entire state of South Australia with 90% of its annual custard requirements. Um, maybe. Mmmm, custard . . . My guess is that this is probably the bottom of a dry lake, as there’s other dry lagoons in the area – but I couldn’t say what causes the fantastic yellow colour. Can anyone else solve this mystery? Thanks to Justin Flavin.

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