Just before Christmas last year, we visited Hurghada in Egypt to do some diving. However, we also made a few trips "in land", o.a. to the dessert. For this week's photo, I therefore selected this photo taken in the Hurghada dessert.
This photo is a composition of four exposures. This was needed to both create a panorama, and to be able to (in post) "remove" some of the (other ...) tourists. The two cars, as well as the remaining visitor, provide the composition with a sense of depth and scale.
I also added a bit more contrast to the background. The haze you see there is, of course, no fog, but is dust and sand in the (dry) air.