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patternbase: “DESERT MOUNTAINS – Deep canyons yawn in the Huns Mountains in the south of Namibia. Their layers were formed more than 600 million years ago, and today they are as flat as when they were.

Aerial of the Painted Hills, John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon

Aerial photo of volcanic ash beds - John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon, USA by Bernhard Edmaier, 2008

Mine Sculpture in North England... DigitalGlobe recently announced their Best of 2012 picks out of their vast archive of images. Phenomena both natural and man-made make appearances, and are equally striking.

These Astounding Satellite Images Were the Best Bird's-Eye-Views of 2012

The Best Satellite Images from Digitalglobe--Northern England – mine sculpture known as “The Lady of the North”

The Extraordinary Details of Insects Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

The Extraordinary Details of Tiny Creatures Captured with a Laser-Scanning Microscope by Igor Siwanowicz

✯ Paria River Canyon - Kanab, Utah. Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness

The Paria Mountains 18 miles from Kanab, Utah in Hwy Paria Wilderness, Utah, USA. These mountains are found beside a dirt road that connects to Highway 89 just before the Paria River. Hwy 89 takes you from Kanab Utah to Page Arizona. The side of the


Taupe Feather Textures - natural surface pattern & texture inspiration for bird inspired design not sure of this is a back down to the tail feathers or a collage of different ones

Rice Fields of Japan

Beautiful rice field of the curve, Ueyama, Hyogo,Japan, by nki-Photography.

The Richat Structure, Eye of the Sahara, in the desert of Mauritania.  The result of a complex of geologic features, not an asteroid strike as was initially thought.  NASA/GSFC/METI/Japan Space Systems, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team

Earth has Bullseye ~ This prominent circular feature, known as the Richat Structure, in the Sahara desert of Mauritania is often noted by astronauts because it forms a conspicuous bull's-eye on the otherwise rather featureless expanse of the desert.