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This landscape is looking north-northwest across a vast level portion of the Kalihari Desert somewhat north of Nwetwe Pan.

These Red Lechwe are grazing and drinking in a marshy area on the Vumbura Plains within the Okavango alluvial fan. The photographer is looking south at the subject antelopes, which are part of a larger herd present.

Photographer is standing on the east bank of the Blavet River estuary looking west across a mudflat at low tide. The view is from the lowest topographic elevation of the estate of the historic Chateau de Locguenole, Brittany.

Patagonian steppes at an altitude of 917 meters. The vantage point lies immediately below the final almost vertical ascent to the Cerro Guido peak. I saw wild guanacos grazing these high slopes.

Looking west into Ainsworth Bay from Seno Almirantazgo. Image background is the Darwin Icefield on Tierra del Fuego, an arm of which descends in the middle right of image as the Marinelli Glacier.

Gentoo penguins on a shingle beach of Ardley Island. This species forms its nests from beach rocks. The penguins have completed their breeding season, and the last of the colony (both chicks and adults) are preparing to enter the icy waters of Maxwell Bay.

View toward the southwest from a point near the petroglyph rock, overlooking the communities of Tiburon and Belvedere. Richardson Bay, an arm of San Francisco Bay, is evident. Elements of the North Coast Range within Marin County comprise the horizon. Note the metamorphic schist boulders scattered on Ring Mountain.

Temples I, II and III at Tikal with exposed tops or roof combs penetrating the high canopy of the rainforest. The view is taken from a mid height platform of Temple IV looking east across the Peten Basin. Temples I, II and III date from the late 7th cnetury to the early 9th century AD within the Mayan Late Classic Period.

This view is from an overlook above the Cueva del Milodon archaeological site, the cave in which prehistoric remains of the extinct Giant Sloth were discovered from from circa 10,000 BC, as well as prehistoric human habitation. These Giant Sloth remains are on display in the Punta Arenas Archaeological Museum. In the distant view are inlets, which in the early Holocene would have extended much closer to the Cueva del Milodon.

Panoramic view of Wulaia Bay looking south viewed from a point immediately south of a prehistoric archaeological site of the Yaghan people on Navarino Island. At the image left is an abandoned historic building constructed by the Chilean navy in 1930. Within the bay are Conejos, Coihue and Aguila Islands.

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