Saturday, 21 April 2012



Beautiful & Unusual Desert Images
The World Geography, 20 April 2012.

Seemingly dry and never ending deserts own much more than dry sand and lack of life and desire to live. Deserts are a beautiful part of the earth and conceal many deep mysteries. This is a collection of interesting, unusual and beautiful pictures of deserts around the world, enjoy the photos.

Road interrupted by a sand dune, Nile Valley, Egypt. [Source]

Pivot irrigation, Jordan. [Source]

Huacachina Oasis at night, Peru. [Source]

A lagoon at the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil. [Source]

Sand Dunes, Rub' al-Khali - the borders of four nations - Saudi Arabia, Oman, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates. [Source]

Hiker climbing giant sand dune, Namibia. [Source]

Acacia Trees in the surreal landscape of the Namib Desert, Sossusvlei, Namibia. [Source]

White Desert, Egypt. [Source]

Desert train, South Australia. [Source]

Snow-covered desert, Taklamakan, China. [Source]

Crescent Lake Oasis in Gobi desert, China. [Source]

Aerial photo of dried riverbed, Sonoran Desert, Mexico. [Source]

Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System (under construction), Mojave Desert, California, USA. [Source]

Camel Caravan, Sahara Desert, Niger. [Source]

Strange creatures slithering up from the Rub' al-Khali desert floor in the Arabian Peninsula are really a network of barchan dunes - sculpted by winds that over time strike the sand from a consistent direction. [Source]

Pinnacle desert, Western Australia. [Source]

Ouem El Ma Lake, Libya. [Source]

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil. [Source]

Desert village of Bareina, Mauritania. [Source]

The Namib Desert meets the Atlantic Ocean, Namibia. [Source]

[Source: The World Geography. Edited. Top image added.]

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