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Heart of a Coneflower
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The Little Colorado River as it Flows Toward the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park
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Salinas de Maras
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An aerial view of valley in Kauai near Napali Coast
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Sunshine and nature
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Bowie Knife (Arizona)
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Salinas de Maras

The Salinas de Maras were already used by the Incas. The spring water, rich in salt, is brought to man made pools. The sun and the dry air are evaporating the water, leaving only this incredible and tasty salt.

TAGS: Peru

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Lemberg, France
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Date Taken: 06.2017
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 28, 2017, 2:59 p.m.
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