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Structures formed by rainfall on clay-only area of the natural park of Bardenas Reales de Navarra, Navarre, Spain
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Poet's Daffodil (Narcissus poeticus) makes for large flowered gaps in spring, Montseny, Spain
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Fields of Canola Brassica napus flowered in Spring, Spain
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Jokullsarlon lagoon as the draining point of the Vatnajokull glacier, Iceland
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Entrance area of the military fortified castle of Sant Ferran, Figueres, Spain, at night
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Church of Sant Martí, Mura, Spain
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The Plaça del Rei and Saló del Tinell hosting an artist's multimedia exhibit of variably-colored balloons, February 2015
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Most renowned cliff eroded by rainfall, symbol of the clay-only area of the natural park of Bardenas Reales de Navarra, Navarre, Spain
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Hot water coming from undergound volcanic layers charged with Sulphur laying the mineral at the surface and forming sulphuric acid and foetid gases
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Remains of the dolmen of Pasquerets, Eine, Cerdanya, France
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Eurasian Hobby resting and surveilling within foliage of an Almond tree in the vicinity of his nest, Spain
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Garden Geranium flower, Spain
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Male of Aphanius iberus, a mosquito larvivorous fish species presently endangered in the Mediterranean since the introduction of the American mosquitofish...
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Wheat (Triticum vulgare) field after harvesting in July, spain
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Dyrhólaey promontory on the Atlantic ocean, Iceland
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Found from 2012 in Belgium and Italy Aedes koreicus is an Asian invasive species
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Female of Aphanius iberus, a mosquito larvivorous fish species presently endangered in the Mediterranean since the introduction of the American mosquitofish...
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Ophrys orchid flower, Montseny, Spain
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Huge field cultivated with sunflower for oil, production, Spain
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One of the most powerful waterfalls in Iceland, a classic visiting point for tourists. Here one of them goes too close to the water
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