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Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two tourists walk across the endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni

Two tourists walk across the endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Tourists enjoy sundowners while looking out across

Tourists enjoy sundowners while looking out across the endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Arbol de Piedra or Stone Tree is a massive wind-eroded boulder

Arbol de Piedra or Stone Tree is a massive wind-eroded boulder, 8 metres high that rises above the altiplano

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Portrait of a Brazilian lady

Portrait of a Brazilian lady, originally from the north east of Brazil, who is in her eighties. The shot was taken in the favela Paraisopolis in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A pack of meerkats on the edge of the Ntwetwe salt

A pack of meerkats on the edge of the Ntwetwe salt pan in the Northern Kalahari. These unusual-looking social mongooses inhabit dry, open country with hard ground, such as alkaline salt pans

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A dawn sky silhouettes a spectacular grove of ancient baobab trees

A dawn sky silhouettes a spectacular grove of ancient baobab trees, known as Baines Baobabs, which perches on the eastern edge of the Kudiakam Pan in the Nxai Pan National Park

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Shipwreck of the Gallant Lady on the coast of North Bimini

Shipwreck of the Gallant Lady on the coast of North Bimini, Bahamas

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two male Sable antelopes run across open bush country

Two male Sable antelopes run across open bush country in the Chobe National Park. With their jet-black coats, and white faces and underbellies, the Sable is one of Africas most beautiful antelopes

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A full moon rises over a spectacular grove of ancient baobab trees

A full moon rises over a spectacular grove of ancient baobab trees, known as Baines Baobabs, which perches on the eastern edge of the Kudiakam Pan in the Nxai Pan National Park

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A lone bull elephant looks menacing in a wooded area

A lone bull elephant looks menacing in a wooded area of the Moremi Wildlife Reserve.Moremi incorporates Chiefs Island and was the first reserve in Africa to be created by indigenous Africans

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Villa Nova plantation house once owned by

Villa Nova plantation house once owned by Anthony Eden

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: The arresting Belfort

The arresting Belfort, or belfry, soars over the Markt, or marketplace, in Bruges. For centuries it served as a watchtower and clocktower

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Compass Point

Compass Point, Nassau, Bahamas

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two boys practice Capoeira, the Brazilian martial art

Two boys practice Capoeira, the Brazilian martial art

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Paro is Bhutans second largest town

Paro is Bhutans second largest town. The western end of the Paro valley is only 20 kms from the Tibetan border and for centuries it has been the first point of entry into Bhutan for Tibetans _ either

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two boys practice Capoeira, the Brazilian martial art

Two boys practice Capoeira, the Brazilian martial art

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A large herd of elephants drink at the Chobe River

A large herd of elephants drink at the Chobe River. Elephants can go several days without water but drink and bathe daily by choice

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Art Deco interior of Hotel Hannon

Art Deco interior of Hotel Hannon. Hotel designates a grand house rather than a commercial hotel

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Zebra with a distinctive shadow stripe pattern

Zebra with a distinctive shadow stripe pattern (a sub-species of the Common zebra) drink at the edge of the Okavango swamp in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve.Moremi is the only area of the Okavango Delta

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A lioness and her two cubs play on a shaded mound in

A lioness and her two cubs play on a shaded mound in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve.Moremi incorporates Chiefs Island and was the first reserve in Africa to be created by indigenous Africans

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: The Provinciaal Hof

The Provinciaal Hof, or provincial government HQ, in the Markt, or market place, of Bruges. This Neo-Gothic building was completed in 1921

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Tropical Leaves

Tropical Leaves

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Traditional clapboard house in Harbour Island

Traditional clapboard house in Harbour Island, Bahamas

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Coconut daiquiri stall at Port Lucaya on Grand Bahama

Coconut daiquiri stall at Port Lucaya on Grand Bahama, the Bahamas

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Lighthouse at Hope Town on the island of Abaco

Lighthouse at Hope Town on the island of Abaco, the Bahamas

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: An old woman counts out her age on her fingers

An old woman counts out her age on her fingers. She is outside her home in the favela Paraisopolis in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A boy of 11 plays his drum at dawn on a backdrop of

A boy of 11 plays his drum at dawn on a backdrop of the Sao Paulo skyline. He is member of the social project Meninos do Morumbi; a project that was set up by percussionist Flavio Pimenta in 1996

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two teenage boys laugh and joke in Sao Paulo sunshine

Two teenage boys laugh and joke in Sao Paulo sunshine

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Teenage boys drum and play the tambourine in their neighborhood in Sao Paulo

Teenage boys drum and play the tambourine in their neighborhood in Sao Paulo

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Water hyacinth makes for slow progress cruising up

Water hyacinth makes for slow progress cruising up a tributary of the Beni River in the Amazon Basin, Bolivia. BOLIVIA, Amazon Basin, Rio Beni

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Bolivia, Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol, Yumani

Bolivia, Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol, Yumani.Aymara women dance and spin in celebration of the festival of San Andres. Each November the Aymara of Lake Titicaca celebrate with colourful costumes

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Two tourists walk across the endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni

Two tourists walk across the endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: The endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni

The endless salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A tourist lies on the salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni

A tourist lies on the salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, emphasising the scale of the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: During the dry season

During the dry season, a web of polygonal lines of salt form on the salt crust of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world at over 12, 000 square kilometres

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A tourist sits on top of a massive wind-eroded boulder

A tourist sits on top of a massive wind-eroded boulder that rises above the altiplano close to Laguna Turquiri

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Flamingos feed on the algae-rich waters of Laguna Colorada

Flamingos feed on the algae-rich waters of Laguna Colorada. The distinctive red colour of this high altitude lagoon is due to the high concentration of algae whilst deposits of borax form a white

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: The striking turquoise waters of Laguna Verde with

The striking turquoise waters of Laguna Verde with the perfect cone of Volcan Licancabur 5868 m rising above it. The distinctive green colour of the water is due to the high concentration of arsenic

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A carved stone condor stands on the gatepost of the

A carved stone condor stands on the gatepost of the main church at the small village of Tahua on the northern shore of the Salar de Uyuni, the worlds largest salt flat

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A group of tourists sit on the great expanse of salt

A group of tourists sit on the great expanse of salt that is the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world. At sunset the salt glows yellow and then pink

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: View across the great white expanse that is the Salar de Uyuni

View across the great white expanse that is the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world, towards the distant Andean peaks

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: At sunset a cloud is painted pink by the last rays

At sunset a cloud is painted pink by the last rays of the sun over the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Tourists enjoy the view from the top of Isla de Pescado

Tourists enjoy the view from the top of Isla de Pescado (Fish Island) across the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: View from the top of Isla de Pescado

View from the top of Isla de Pescado (Fish Island) across the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A vehicle drives across the crusted salt of the Salar de Uyuni

A vehicle drives across the crusted salt of the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A striking cactus in the Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve

A striking cactus in the Eduardo Avaroa National Reserve - local legend says that cacti with arms are female and those with a single trunk are male

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: Yareta, an extremely tough

Yareta, an extremely tough, green pillow-like plant that grows at altitude on the altiplano is collected by the local people and burnt for cooking and heating fuel

Background imageImages Dated 17th June 2009: A tourist looks at the Arbol de Piedra or Stone Tree

A tourist looks at the Arbol de Piedra or Stone Tree, one of the rock outcrops of the so-called Rock Forest that rise above the altiplano



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