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I notice what looks like an old metal cistern buried in the sands of Willow Wash A few desert sages (Salvia dorrii) are still flowering here in Willow WashThumbnailsA little further ahead in Willow Wash is a small rock ruins, probably another extinct cisternA few desert sages (Salvia dorrii) are still flowering here in Willow WashThumbnailsA little further ahead in Willow Wash is a small rock ruins, probably another extinct cisternA few desert sages (Salvia dorrii) are still flowering here in Willow WashThumbnailsA little further ahead in Willow Wash is a small rock ruins, probably another extinct cisternA few desert sages (Salvia dorrii) are still flowering here in Willow WashThumbnailsA little further ahead in Willow Wash is a small rock ruins, probably another extinct cisternA few desert sages (Salvia dorrii) are still flowering here in Willow WashThumbnailsA little further ahead in Willow Wash is a small rock ruins, probably another extinct cistern

Has the cistern sunk in the sand over the years or has the sand level of Willow Wash risen to cover it?