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(Earth Views): Namibia Namib Desert Naukluft Park Sossusvlei sand dunes tweaked posterised SMO.jpg
D= [Nov 2, 2002]; S=2MB, 3607x2364; T=JPEG image [MIME:image/jpeg];
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  • tweaked = adjusted/improved in small way such as contrast/sharpness

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Places and sights from around the Earth, catalogued by location, including views and scenery natural and artificial, rural and urban, ugly and beautiful.

This gives a feel of what particular parts of the world are like.

See also Aloha Earth to zoom in on on a map of the Earth to locate exhibits, and our travel section.

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Thumbnail[has location information] Namibia Namib Desert Naukluft Park Sossusvlei sand dunes SMO.jpg (Earth Views)

A large clay pan enclosed by huge sand dunes, some reaching 300m high, and are some of the highest in the world. Only after a (rare) heavy rainfall does the vlei fill with water, leaving a turquoise lake for some time as the clay is almost impervious to water.


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