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Bernard Edmaier, Painted Hills, Oregon

Spreading Time Chromatographically – The Painted Hills of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

ICY DESERT  "The icy wastes of Iceland are often criss-crossed by black lines and cross-hatching. These patterns are the result of the interplay of volcanoes, snow, sun and wind. When one of the many volcanoes in Iceland erupts – which happens every few years – they spew out black volcanic ash. This forms ash clouds high above, which rain onto the glaciers. The wind constantly blows dark dust and sand from the volcanic deserts onto the ice. Snow then covers the carpet of black volcanic…

Bernhard Edmaier - Icy Dessert: The icy wastes of Iceland are often criss-crossed by black lines and cross-hatching. These patterns are the result of the interplay of volcanoes, snow, sun and wind.

Painted Hills - Oregon by Bernhard Edmaier

The colors in these stunning aerial photos haven’t been enhanced. They’re just a sampling of the diversity of hues found around the earth’s surface captured by Bernhard Edmaier for his EarthART: Colors of the Earth book.

Bernhard Edmaier "Spaltenfeld auf dem Aletschgletscher"

Bernhard Edmaier "Spaltenfeld auf dem Aletschgletscher"

Http://bernhardedmaier.reacore.net/site/en/what.pictures.article/96

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.

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