Sculpted by winds that consistently blow from east to west, sand dunes called barchans migrate across an ancient seafloor, rising about six feet and spreading 20 to 30 feet across--near Lake Afrera in Ethiopia. Africa From Above: By George Steinmetz
Photograph by Richard Barnes, National Geographic Sinuous lines of color swirl through the Wave, the most famous landform at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Flash floods carved this passage through petrified sand dunes, exposing the iron-rich bands.
How I would like to get pulled over: Montgomery County man dressed in Batman costume on route to children's hospital to pose for the kids is pulled over for not diplaying his license plate on his lamborghini because the Batman symbol is over it.
42 Unforgettable Photos From The Past Year - A Tibetan activist screams as he runs engulfed in flames after self-immolating at a protest in New Delhi, India, ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to the country.