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Niagara Falls Frozen Solid in 1911 >> neat!
Life and Death by Isak Pretorius The Tsauchab (Southern Namibia) river cuts into the dunes and every 10 years pushes in enough water to feed the dry pans with a little water. The constant moving dunes had cut off Deadvlei pan from this water source and it now only get water from rare local rains. Deadvlei at one point had a number of trees. This is a water runoff pattern on the pan that resembled a tree, symbolizing an era that had passed.