Desolate beauty of the Valley of the Moon, from constant erosion. The weathered landscape is known as the driest place on earth and a century can pass without measurable precipitation. Shadows fall in the Atacama Desert where wind has left an array of oddly shaped polychrome forms in the desolate, eroded, desert landscape.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- 5400x3555 / 5.8MB
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- National Geographic Long Road South BOOK FARLOW 04526