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The Cheran gorges in autumn, River draining the Bauges massif, to Hery sur Alby, Savoie, Alps, FranceThe Cheran gorges in autumn, River draining the Bauges massif, to Hery sur Alby, Savoie, Alps, FranceThe Cheran gorges in autumn, River draining the Bauges massif, to Hery sur Alby, Savoie, Alps, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cracks in the ice on the surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia, RussiaCracks in the ice on the surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia, RussiaCracks in the ice on the surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents

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Kirkjufellsfoss frozen in winter, IcelandKirkjufellsfoss frozen in winter, IcelandKirkjufellsfoss frozen in winter, Iceland© Óscar Díez Martínez / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Diver exit the cathedral at Silfra fissure, deep fault filled with fresh water in the rift valley between the Eurasian and American tectonic plates. Silfra fissure is actually a crack between the North American and Eurasian continents that drift apart about 2cm per year. Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.Diver exit the cathedral at Silfra fissure, deep fault filled with fresh water in the rift valley between the Eurasian and American tectonic plates. Silfra fissure is actually a crack between the North American and Eurasian continents that drift apart about 2cm per year. Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.Diver exit the cathedral at Silfra fissure, deep fault filled with fresh water in the rift valley between the Eurasian and American tectonic plates. Silfra fissure is actually a crack between the North American and Eurasian continents that drift apart about 2cm per year. Thingvellir National Park, Iceland.© Franco Banfi / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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The Old Man of Storr - Isle of Skye Hebrides ScotlandThe Old Man of Storr - Isle of Skye Hebrides ScotlandThe Old Man of Storr - Isle of Skye Hebrides Scotland© Duncan MacArthur / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chinstrap penguins on iceberg - Antarctica Weddell SeaChinstrap penguins on iceberg - Antarctica Weddell SeaChinstrap penguins on iceberg - Antarctica Weddell Sea© Gérard Bodineau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chinstrap penguins on iceberg - Antarctica Weddell Sea

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Monolith on Quiraing - Isle of Skye Trotternish UK  ; Mini StorrMonolith on Quiraing - Isle of Skye Trotternish UK Monolith on Quiraing - Isle of Skye Trotternish UK ; Mini Storr© Nicolas Orillard-Demaire / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by Agents
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Monolith on Quiraing - Isle of Skye Trotternish UK ; Mini Storr

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Blackjack pines and Hoodoos - Bryce Canyon NP Utah USA ; Amphiteatre<br>Deltaic sediments of Jurassic age (Claron Formation) of sandstone, dolomite and marl colored by iron oxides and carved by erosion in an amphitheater of hoodoos (pinnacles) arches and bridgesThe reflected light (spectral) from sunrise sun enriched natural polychrome these high walls sometimes nearly 50 metersBlackjack pines and Hoodoos - Bryce Canyon NP Utah USABlackjack pines and Hoodoos - Bryce Canyon NP Utah USA ; Amphiteatre
Deltaic sediments of Jurassic age (Claron Formation) of sandstone, dolomite and marl colored by iron oxides and carved by erosion in an amphitheater of hoodoos (pinnacles) arches and bridgesThe reflected light (spectral) from sunrise sun enriched natural polychrome these high walls sometimes nearly 50 meters
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Blackjack pines and Hoodoos - Bryce Canyon NP Utah USA ;

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Dome Navajo sandstone - Grand Staircase-Escalante NM Utah ; Petrified wave<br>The Navajo Sandstone is from wind (petrified dunes) and date from the early Jurassic (desert on the west side of Pangaea)Dome Navajo sandstone - Grand Staircase-Escalante NM UtahDome Navajo sandstone - Grand Staircase-Escalante NM Utah ; Petrified wave
The Navajo Sandstone is from wind (petrified dunes) and date from the early Jurassic (desert on the west side of Pangaea)
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Diver into the light shining down through a cenote openingDiver into the light shining down through a cenote openingDiver into the light shining down through a cenote opening© Brandon Cole / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents
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The 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, AustraliaThe 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, AustraliaThe 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, Australia© Edouard Bense / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Eroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country SpainEroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country SpainEroded sandstone massif Jaizkibel Basque Country Spain© Juan-Carlos Muñoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Giants Causeway Ireland Giants Causeway Ireland Giants Causeway Ireland © David Allemand / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Giants Causeway Ireland 

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Concretions colored by sulfur Volcano Dallol EthiopiaConcretions colored by sulfur Volcano Dallol EthiopiaConcretions colored by sulfur Volcano Dallol Ethiopia© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, AustraliaThe 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, AustraliaThe 12 Apostles Port Campbell National Park, Australia© Cyril Ruoso / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The Center for Fine Art Photography<br>Animalia Exhibition 2010<br>Cave of the Buddhist temple of Khao Chong Phran<br/>Province of Ratchaburi<br/>After a decline due to an unrestrained hunting, the millions of Bats which occupies this cave are protected by the law and guards and monks take care that neither disturb or capture any more these flying Mammals. The big troop which flies away at the end of the day will capture 30 to 40 tons of insects in only one night! The monks ensure the exploitation and the sale of the invaluable guano collected in the cave. As for the frugivorous Flying foxes, they pollinate precious fruit trees.Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave ThailandRoundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The Center for Fine Art Photography
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Cave of the Buddhist temple of Khao Chong Phran
Province of Ratchaburi
After a decline due to an unrestrained hunting, the millions of Bats which occupies this cave are protected by the law and guards and monks take care that neither disturb or capture any more these flying Mammals. The big troop which flies away at the end of the day will capture 30 to 40 tons of insects in only one night! The monks ensure the exploitation and the sale of the invaluable guano collected in the cave. As for the frugivorous Flying foxes, they pollinate precious fruit trees.
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Roundleaf Bat flying in the Khao Chong Pran cave Thailand ; The

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Landscape shaped by hydro-thermal activity at the Dallol volcano, Danakil-Senke, Hamed Ela, Wollo, Ethiopia, AfricaLandscape shaped by hydro-thermal activity at the Dallol volcano, Danakil-Senke, Hamed Ela, Wollo, Ethiopia, AfricaLandscape shaped by hydro-thermal activity at the Dallol volcano, Danakil-Senke, Hamed Ela, Wollo, Ethiopia, Africa© Heiko Beyer / imageBROKER / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Devil firefish - Egypt Red Sea ; Lionfish in Cave, Sharm el Sheikh, Red Sea, EgyptDevil firefish - Egypt Red SeaDevil firefish - Egypt Red Sea ; Lionfish in Cave, Sharm el Sheikh, Red Sea, Egypt© Alex Tattersall / WaterFrame - Agence / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Devil firefish - Egypt Red Sea ; Lionfish in Cave, Sharm el

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Balanced Rock, Salmon Falls Creek Canyon, Idaho, USABalanced Rock, Salmon Falls Creek Canyon, Idaho, USABalanced Rock, Salmon Falls Creek Canyon, Idaho, USA© Marc Le Fèvre / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Balanced Rock, Salmon Falls Creek Canyon, Idaho, USA

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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The famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, FranceThe famous Rosans sandstone balls: spheres formed by crystallization of quartz in secondary age sandstone (- 110 ma) - their size can reach more than a meter in diameter - We find these rare structures in the Spanish Basque Country ( jaizkibel) and on the Pacific coast (Oregon and California) - Saint André de Rosans region, Serre d'Autruy, Baronnies, Hautes Alpes, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Flysch from Pic de Goléon, the Aiguille du Goléon is a pyramid cut entirely in the nummulitic flysch, Ecrins National Park, north of La Grave, Alps, FranceFlysch from Pic de Goléon, the Aiguille du Goléon is a pyramid cut entirely in the nummulitic flysch, Ecrins National Park, north of La Grave, Alps, FranceFlysch from Pic de Goléon, the Aiguille du Goléon is a pyramid cut entirely in the nummulitic flysch, Ecrins National Park, north of La Grave, Alps, France© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Flysch from Pic de Goléon, the Aiguille du Goléon is a pyramid

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Stony coral (Polycyathus muellerae) colony, at the bottom of an underwater cave, in the Kas Kekova marine protected area, Turkey.Stony coral (Polycyathus muellerae) colony, at the bottom of an underwater cave, in the Kas Kekova marine protected area, Turkey.Stony coral (Polycyathus muellerae) colony, at the bottom of an underwater cave, in the Kas Kekova marine protected area, Turkey.© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents

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Ceiling of an underwater cave colonized by red coral (Corallium rubrum), and the yellow cavernous sponge (Aplysina cavernicola), in the Calanques National Park, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region, France.Ceiling of an underwater cave colonized by red coral (Corallium rubrum), and the yellow cavernous sponge (Aplysina cavernicola), in the Calanques National Park, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region, France.Ceiling of an underwater cave colonized by red coral (Corallium rubrum), and the yellow cavernous sponge (Aplysina cavernicola), in the Calanques National Park, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur region, France.© Mathieu Foulquié / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents

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Ceiling of an underwater cave colonized by red coral (Corallium

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Underwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonésieUnderwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonésieUnderwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonésie© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Underwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonésie

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Underwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonésieUnderwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonésieUnderwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonésie© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Underwater cave from Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonésie

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Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.© Olivier Born / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud

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Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra) in the snow after the storm, Vaud Alps, Switzerland.© Olivier Born / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Niagara Falls - View of American Falls from Canada - Close-up of water cascading over the falls - New York - Niagara Falls is a massive set of waterfalls located on the Niagara River in northeastern North America on the border between the United States and Canada -Comprised of the American Falls-the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls) and the smaller Bridal Veil Falls - The most powerful waterfall in North America - A valuable sourve of hydroelectric power - Renowned for its beauty it is a popular tourist siteNiagara Falls - View of American Falls from Canada - Close-up of water cascading over the falls - New York - Niagara Falls is a massive set of waterfalls located on the Niagara River in northeastern North America on the border between the United States and Canada -Comprised of the American Falls-the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls) and the smaller Bridal Veil Falls - The most powerful waterfall in North America - A valuable sourve of hydroelectric power - Renowned for its beauty it is a popular tourist siteNiagara Falls - View of American Falls from Canada - Close-up of water cascading over the falls - New York - Niagara Falls is a massive set of waterfalls located on the Niagara River in northeastern North America on the border between the United States and Canada -Comprised of the American Falls-the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls) and the smaller Bridal Veil Falls - The most powerful waterfall in North America - A valuable sourve of hydroelectric power - Renowned for its beauty it is a popular tourist site© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Under the islands. Raja Ampat's islands are like Swiss cheese. They are dotted with holes of various shapes. The limestone nature of the islands make them brittle and vulnerable to time which gives strange shapes as illustrated by this panorama. IndonesiaUnder the islands. Raja Ampat's islands are like Swiss cheese. They are dotted with holes of various shapes. The limestone nature of the islands make them brittle and vulnerable to time which gives strange shapes as illustrated by this panorama. IndonesiaUnder the islands. Raja Ampat's islands are like Swiss cheese. They are dotted with holes of various shapes. The limestone nature of the islands make them brittle and vulnerable to time which gives strange shapes as illustrated by this panorama. Indonesia© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Under the islands. Raja Ampat's islands are like Swiss cheese.

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Inside the reef. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonesiaInside the reef. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonesiaInside the reef. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonesia© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Inside the reef. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave,

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In the blue hole. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonesiaIn the blue hole. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, IndonesiaIn the blue hole. Underwater photographer in an underwater cave, Misool, Raja Ampat, Indonesia© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Isle of Staffa, ScotlandIsle of Staffa, ScotlandIsle of Staffa, Scotland© Christian Cabron / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Isle of Staffa, Scotland

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Basaltic organs, Isle of Staffa, ScotlandBasaltic organs, Isle of Staffa, ScotlandBasaltic organs, Isle of Staffa, Scotland© Christian Cabron / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale, exclusive sale possible in France

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Lourtuais beach from a Cap d'Erquy trail, Brittany, FranceLourtuais beach from a Cap d'Erquy trail, Brittany, FranceLourtuais beach from a Cap d'Erquy trail, Brittany, France© Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Exploration of an underwater cave 70 meters deep, MayotteExploration of an underwater cave 70 meters deep, MayotteExploration of an underwater cave 70 meters deep, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Exploration of an underwater cave 70 meters deep, Mayotte

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Head to head with a coral shark(Triaenodon obesus)70 meters deep. It's really rare to be able to get close to them. Normally they are unapproachable from 10 meters but this time this specimen was to feel safe in its small cave.Head to head with a coral shark(Triaenodon obesus)70 meters deep. It's really rare to be able to get close to them. Normally they are unapproachable from 10 meters but this time this specimen was to feel safe in its small cave.Head to head with a coral shark(Triaenodon obesus)70 meters deep. It's really rare to be able to get close to them. Normally they are unapproachable from 10 meters but this time this specimen was to feel safe in its small cave.© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Head to head with a coral shark(Triaenodon obesus)70 meters deep.

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Glacier-polished columnar basalt viewed from above, Devils Postpile National Monument, California.Glacier-polished columnar basalt viewed from above, Devils Postpile National Monument, California.Glacier-polished columnar basalt viewed from above, Devils Postpile National Monument, California.© Stuart Wilson / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Glacier-polished columnar basalt viewed from above, Devils

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Bocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 from Conca to Paliri refuge, Corsica, FranceBocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 from Conca to Paliri refuge, Corsica, FranceBocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 from Conca to Paliri refuge, Corsica, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Crossing the Bocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 linking Conca to the Paliri refuge, Corsica, FranceCrossing the Bocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 linking Conca to the Paliri refuge, Corsica, FranceCrossing the Bocca d'Usciolu on the GR20 linking Conca to the Paliri refuge, Corsica, France© Georges Lopez / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Oscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalOscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalOscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Oscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal

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Oscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalOscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalOscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Oscillation Ripples at Low Tide, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal

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Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition (Pedras Parideiras)Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition (Pedras Parideiras)Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition (Pedras Parideiras)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Erosion in crust of bread on granite, one of the symbols of the Geopark of Arouca, PortugalErosion in crust of bread on granite, one of the symbols of the Geopark of Arouca, PortugalErosion in crust of bread on granite, one of the symbols of the Geopark of Arouca, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Observation system of the nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition, Pedras Parideiras.Observation system of the nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition, Pedras Parideiras.Observation system of the nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark of Arouca, Portugal. Exceptional granite of Hercynian age, rich in enormous nodules of biotite, surrounding a quartz nucleus, These nodules are symbol of fertility in the local tradition, Pedras Parideiras.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Observation system of the nodular granite of Castanheira, Geopark

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalSpectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch result from repeated submarine avalanches over millions of years, depositing alternating strata of limestone, marl and sandstone, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular flysch formations in southern Portugal, The flysch

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Erosion Pots on the Portuguese Coast, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalErosion Pots on the Portuguese Coast, Praia de Amoreira, PortugalErosion Pots on the Portuguese Coast, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Erosion Pots on the Portuguese Coast, Praia de Amoreira, Portugal

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Spectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, PortugalSpectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, PortugalSpectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, Portugal

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Spectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, PortugalSpectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, PortugalSpectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, Portugal© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Spectacular marine cave of Algar de Benagil, Algarve, Portugal

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Bacterial biofilm and rimstone, Rio Tinto, Andalusia, SpainBacterial biofilm and rimstone, Rio Tinto, Andalusia, SpainBacterial biofilm and rimstone, Rio Tinto, Andalusia, Spain© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Bacterial biofilm and rimstone, Rio Tinto, Andalusia, Spain

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrowsNatural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remains of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrowsGeoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated by erosion - the yellow discs are undoubtedly remains of paramoudra, concretions around the worm burrows© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Geoforms in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel Coastal Massif, Basque Country, Spain. Remarkable sculptures of Eocene sandstone (geoforms) of origin in part biological (fossil biological activities) and updated then sculpted by erosion - the hollow spheres are probably remnants of paramoudra, concretions around worm burrows.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Natural Sculptures (Geoforms) in Jaizkibel Sandstone, Jaizkibel

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originallyParamoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque Country, Spain. Spectacular fossil sandstone concretions formed around the worm burrows living several hundred meters deep, 45 million years ago (Eocene) - These spheres or tubes have a diameter of 20 to 40 cm in diameter and were flexible originally© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Paramoudras of Jaizkibel, Coastal Massif of Jaizkibel, Basque

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark,

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.Remarkable flysch formations of Deba, Basque Coast Geopark, Basque Country, Spain. Flysch formed at the end of the Mesozoic era in the Cretaceous - flyschs are formed by sediment accumulation following repeated submarine avalanches, due to earthquakes, and producing after compaction and crystallization very regular layers of sandstone and limestone here recovered by Pyrenean orogeny and released by erosion.© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Petrified quartzite wave from Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain.

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain.

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Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)Polychrome strata of Playa del Silencio, Asturias, Spain. Spectacular variegated and tortured strata of quartzite, sandstone and schists, deformed by the tectonic and dating from the Paleozoic (Cambrian / Ordovician)© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Cave underwater, depth 20 m, Pass Bateaux Nord, MayotteCave underwater, depth 20 m, Pass Bateaux Nord, MayotteCave underwater, depth 20 m, Pass Bateaux Nord, Mayotte© Gabriel Barathieu / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Giant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage site© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Giant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage site© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Giant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage siteGiant's Causeway, columnar basalt columns, result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption, Northern Ireland, UK, World Heritage site© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Hiking to the Ecrins refuge, crevasse du Glacier Blanc (2875m), Vallouise valley, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, FranceHiking to the Ecrins refuge, crevasse du Glacier Blanc (2875m), Vallouise valley, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, FranceHiking to the Ecrins refuge, crevasse du Glacier Blanc (2875m), Vallouise valley, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, France© Michel Cavalier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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View of Mount Pelvoux (3932m) and the Pointe de la Grande Sagne (3660m), in the foreground the White Glacier (3023m), Valley of Vallouise, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, FranceView of Mount Pelvoux (3932m) and the Pointe de la Grande Sagne (3660m), in the foreground the White Glacier (3023m), Valley of Vallouise, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, FranceView of Mount Pelvoux (3932m) and the Pointe de la Grande Sagne (3660m), in the foreground the White Glacier (3023m), Valley of Vallouise, Briançonnais region, Ecrins National Park, Hautes-Alpes, France© Michel Cavalier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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