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Nature: Cacti & Canyon (Desert & Succulent)

The ability of flowers to survive the climate; the starry, starry nights; the amazing rock formations, caves, and colours—they all make for spectacular images.


Nature: Cacti & Canyon (Desert & Succulent)

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Yellow cactus

A Visual Compendium of Succulents

Lophophora williamsii

Stapeliad, Tromotriche pedunculata. Photo by Coleen Mannheimer

Succulents photo by Nikola Pavlinovic

Succulent

Indigo Crossing

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The Second Wave, Coyote Buttes North by Yanbing Shi

Violet Opuntia cactus

Flowering cactus

Echinopsis hybrid cactus www.alicesgardent...

Marble Caves of Lago Carrera, Patagonia, Chile

Hidden Treasure, Western Australia, by Ken Duncan

Verticals : HIDDEN TREASURE, WA

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Natural striations in Coyote Butte North known as The Wave, located in northern Arizona right on the Utah border

Giant Starfish cactus, native to small parts of Texas and Mexico

The 10 Most Beautiful Cacti From Around The World

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Fishhook Pincushion cactus, Mammilaria grahamii

The 10 Most Beautiful Cacti From Around The World

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Cactus fruits

Lechuguilla Cave, New Mexico

Flapjack, Kalanchoe thyrsiflora

Cave art by Ra Paulette, who has been scraping and shaping New Mexico's sandstone into elegant, man-made caves for the last 25 years www.cbsnews.com/...

Succulent

About 300 million years ago an inland sea covered what is now Arches National Park. The sea evaporated and re-formed more than 29 times, leaving behind salt beds thousands of feet thick. It has a unique knobby black ground cover, which is actually alive—a biological soil crust, composed of algae, lichens, and cyanobacteria (one of Earth’s earliest life forms), providing a secure foundation for the desert plants

Arches National Park - Picz Mania

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The flower of a Euphorbia (succulent)

Flamboyant is the word for Bolivia | National Geographic article and photo by Loren McIntyre, February 1966

Spin, a succulent closeup by Tiffanie Ragasa

Tall Agave by Robin Hegemier