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  • Donna Whitney

    'Empty Sky - Mojave Desert' - photo by Steve Sieren Photography, via Flickr; Lenticular clouds over the Northern Mojave Desert, California

  • Amy Sivyer

    Storm Clouds in the Mojave Desert, California

  • Asian Inspired

    Amazing mother nature cloud Empty Sky by Mojave Desert

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