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|The Dune du Pilat is Europe's biggest sand dune. It is located just south of the City Arcachon in Southwest France.||08/16/2005||1,112|
|Raabjerg Mile is also one of the biggest dunes in Europe.|
It contains about 3.5 mio m3 sand and is 35 to 40 meters high. It moves to the northeast 0-30 meters a year when it's windy weather up to stormy weather.
You can actually see the track the dune has taken over the years.
|Rubjerg lighthouse on the NW coast west of Hjorring was build in the years 1899-1900 and was first time lit december 27th. 1900. It was lit off on august 1st. 1968 because the light wasn't that visible anymore from sea. The sand had build a big dune at the beach after several storms since 1900.|
When it was build it stood on a hill of 60 meters (196.5 feet) and 200 meters (656 fee...
|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||811|
|The largest active sand dune system in Europe.||01/27/2007||1,951|
|Sand formation in the desert, that looks like trees..||09/13/2006||638|
|34 various images from deserts around the world - from the mega-barchan Pur-pur dune in Peru, to a giant alluvial fan in China, to Death Valley, to the Namib sand sea and Lake Eyre in Australia.||09/28/2005||1,136|
|This is a dune called shifting sands in Tanzania. The wind blows it across the plains about 50 ft a year and keeps it the same shape. There is a smaller one a bit to the north.||11/16/2005||675|
|Vehicles into Taklamakan desert.|
Probably for Oil quest.
|Parque dos Lençois Maranhences. Lencois Maranhences Natural Dune Park, in the Brazilian state of Maranhão. A complex of sand dunes, transparent lakes and sunny beaches. It is about 55 km (34 miles) long. It can be reached through São Luís or Fortaleza. Maranhão - Brasil.||11/22/2005||442|
|The battery site is very impressive and conspicuous as it partly lies on the beach due to coastal erosion. The way the bunkers lie fully visible on the beach gives the visitor a good impression of the layout of the original battery site. The battery stretches ca. 600 m along the coast. The original depth of the battery was ca. 200 m. Due to a coastal erosion of ca. 50 m since the war, the bunke...||03/07/2007||1,524|
|Four planes flying in formation near the northern French coast. Looks like a training flight. ||09/12/2005||1,051|