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Images Dated 19th January 2016

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Sunrise offshore from the Mersey River mouth through smoke haze from the catastrophic Featured 19 Jan 2016 Print

Sunrise offshore from the Mersey River mouth through smoke haze from the catastrophic

Sunrise offshore from the Mersey River mouth through smoke haze from the catastrophic fires beginning in January 2016 around Lake Mackenzie in the Central Plateau some 80 km away. Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

Air, Bushfire, Bushfires, Catastrophe, Morning, Natural Disaster, Pollution, Poor, Reduced, Reflection, Sun, Visibility, Water

Camel thorns (Vachellia erioloba) Featured 19 Jan 2016 Print

Camel thorns (Vachellia erioloba)

Camel thorns (Vachellia erioloba), skeletons of trees in the Dead Veli, a claypan between the Sossusvlei Dunes, with a vast dune rising beyond. The trees are thought to have died 600 to 700 years ago. Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia

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Acacia, Acacia Erioloba, African, Angiosperm, Deadvlei, Desert, Desert Plant, Fabaceae, Fabales, Giraffe Thorn, Hyper Arid, Image, Legume, Long, Namib Desert, Namib Desert Plant, Namibian, Plant, Red Sand, Salt Pan, Sand Dunes, Seeds Coffee Substitute, Sharp, Shrub, Sossus Vlei, Southern African, Spines, Spiny, Stark, Strong, Thorns, Thorny, Tolerates Extreme Heat, Tree, Vachellia, Vegetation, Wattle, World Heritage Area

Vegetation on Sossusvlei dunes Featured 19 Jan 2016 Print

Vegetation on Sossusvlei dunes

Vegetation on Sossusvlei dunes in the Namib Desert. The more stable dunes can support some sparse vegetation. Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia

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Arid, Aridity, Climate, Clumping, Desert, Dunes, Extreme Terrain, Grasses, Hummocks, Hyper Arid, Landscape, Namib Desert, Sand, Scenery, Shrubs, World Heritage Area