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|Fairy circles are small circles in the Namib desert, mostly seen in a belt, a climatic band where it rains between 5-10 centimeters per year, about 150 kilometers from coastline from northern to southern Namibia. They are typically 2-12 meters in diameters and have a lifespan of 30-60 years. |
Namibia's native, called Himba, call the circles "footprints of god". When their god Muk...
|this very large sand bar is situated in Batemans Bay. As this is a major fishing district extreme caution must be taken when boating.||01/09/2008||530|
|Tahina written in the sand by Frank Taylor of Google Earth Blog, while capturing aerial imagery using a kite-based camera.||05/25/2011||492|
|Ripples in the sand and tubular shapes under the surface of the water.||09/25/2005||815|
|Im sure this is the Waterway a Dutch registered ship it sucks up nearly 1000tons of sand from the sea bed and mixed with water pumps the lot where ever needed it was recently used to pump 1000s tons of sand to recharge the beach at Aberdeen Scotland||10/10/2006||307|
|The sweep of Seven Mile Beach is rimmed with sand dunes and a variety of coastal sand forests, some of which are listed as endangered ecological communities. and yes it is 7 miles long I've walked it.||12/18/2007||589|
|Strange line on sand.|
A military construction... Near the iraqian border.
|Fresh water lakes on a sandy island.... There are more than 40 lakes on the island.The are giant rainwater puddles held in sand dune hollows by a layer of sand rendered impermeable by reed humus rotting into it over centuries.||07/04/2006||850|
|This is a wierd circle in the sand next to the Huntington Beach pier. I also notice they've built a lot of stuff on the other side of the pier from the circle.||06/26/2008||453|
|A tiny oasis amid the aparently endless sand dunes on the desert bedrock in the Southeast of Saudi Arabia.||07/17/2005||1,800|
|Sand formation in the desert, that looks like trees..||09/13/2006||677|
|A really bis sand snake at the north of Mexico||09/06/2005||839|