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  • Lisa Keen

    This picture was taken directly above the camels in the desert at sunset. It is considered one of the best pictures of the year. Look closely, the camels are the little white lines in the picture. The black camels you see are just the shadows!!

  • Heidi Ellison

    THIS IS AMAZING PHOTOGRAPHY!!! LOOK at the camels in this photo first and then read the message below. Ok, This is a picture taken from aircraft directly above these camels in the desert at sunset. It is considered to be one of the best pictures of the year. Now if you look closely, you can see that the camels are the little white lines in the picture. The black images you see are just the shadows! I think that's cool. :-)

  • Sunaina Sen

    This is a picture taken directly above these camels in the desert at sunset. It is considered one of the best pictures of the year. Look closely, the camels are the little white lines in the picture.The black you see are just the shadows. Photo taken by George Steinmetz (2005) National Geographic Society

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