Friday, November 13, 2009

Vasquez Rocks, Ca

-The desert of northern Chile is the driest desert on earth. It is used by NASA to replicate the conditions on Mars. It hardly ever rains. On those very rare occasions when the miracle of water happens to irrigate the parched clay of the bare earth, all of the seeds that have been accumulating germinate and the whole desert blooms.

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