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Between two Dragon's Blood trees, Socotra, Yemen
Yemen

Socotra's Diksum Plateau is cut open by a number of wadis, such as Wadi Daerhu. Some rough tracks take you down steep cliffs to the riverbed. Along the way, Dragon's Blood trees dot the landscape. In this particular place, two trees grew close together, and have had to share the airspace.

Copyright: Stefan geens
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送信日: 12/07/2009
更新日: 03/02/2012
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Tags: socotra; yemen; diksum plateau; dragon's blood tree; wadi daerhu
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