Broken Earth

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    Can I know where did you take this?
     
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    Rainbow Basin, Mojave Desert, California.
     
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    I like it because I have no idea of the scale of it, I can't make out if they are trees on top or just small plants
     
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    Thanks- Although I know those trees are probably anywhere from 7'-10' tall, the scale is hard to get a grip on in person because the place is so barren. Some things look close and take so long to get to, while certain formations look huge but are small and close. Very strange, but nice.
     
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    Those look like Joshua Trees ... only occur in south western US (mainly in California's Mojave Desert.) Looks like the aftermath of an old landslide. Geologists love the Mojave ... the lack of rainfall makes the Mojave easy to explore geologically.

    Methinks a B&W would make this image a bit more timeless ... like the Mojave.
     
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    Lovely scenic capture.
    Nige
     

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