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photohab: “The Surreal and Desolate Landscapes Of The USA by David Clapp ”

A desert is ground rock, after all. --- A yucca plant at moonrise in the sand of White Sand National Monument in Alamogordo, New Mexico. All photographs David Clapp/Barcroft Images

inukshuk - They were built by the Inuit as guideposts to make the easier & safer for those who follow.

these mysterious stone figures come in different forms and for a variety of purposes: as a navigational or directional aid; to mark a place of respect or memorial for a beloved person;

THOR’S WELL, OREGON - High tide seawater pours into the coastline rock hole on Cape Perpetua

High tide seawater pours into a coastline rock hole called Thor's Well, Cape Perpetua, Oregon

David Clapp (Photography) - White Sand National Monument, Almogordo, New Mexico

Out of this world: the surreal deserts of the United States – in pictures

Soft white sand dunes in pink light of dusk at White Sand National Monument, Almogordo, New Mexico



John Chiara

View Highway 1 at Moon Lake Version 2 From the Mississippi Seriers by John Chiara on artnet. Browse more artworks John Chiara from Jackson Fine Art.

island of silence — miizukizu: Gifu, Japan. Photography by linton...

island of silence — miizukizu: Gifu, Japan. Photography by linton...

rare nacreous clouds have been spotted 'painting' skies in a rainbow of colors, officially known as polar stratospheric clouds, they are typically seen over norway and other polar regions when the sun is just below the horizon

In a manner of speaking, it is in fact an underwater waterfall, but more akin to an hourglass, rather than a typical cascading water.

Ball’s Pyramid, Australia is the world’s tallest sea stack. It is the remains of a shield volcano formed about 7 million years ago. It is 562 meters high and is located southeast of Lord Howe Island in the Pacific Ocean.

....and quiet

Enchanting house located on an island called Elliðaey near Vestmannaeyjar, a small archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. The house was given to singer, Bjork from her motherland as a “Thank You” for putting Iceland on the international map.