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  2. vurtual:

    Zhangjiajie, China (by rastaschas)

    (via vurtual)

     
  3. nosens:

    Svalbard_2012_07_26_497 (by Pep Prats)

    (via tuffschist)

     
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  5. terra-mater:

    Golden curves

    The curving sands in central northern Iran’s salt desert, Dasht-e Kavir, can be seen in this image from the Ikonos-2 satellite. Here, clays and sand soils have a high surface salt content owing to the concentration of minerals from high summer evaporation.

    Iran is one of the world’s most important mineral producers. Earth-observing satellites are useful for finding and monitoring natural resources like minerals.

    Image credit: European Space Imaging (EUSI)

    (Source: spaceinimages.esa.int)

     
  6. WP, AZ by kevinrussmobile on Flickr.

     
  7. theoceanrolls:

    Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest (by CIFOR)

    (via seafarers-deactivated20131211)

     
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  9. deanschlichting:

    Newspaper rock, UT USA

     
  10. irreversible-inevitability:

    Decent day at Grand Canyon. Worth a look.