Deserted Two-Lane Road in Desert - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:182925985
Upload date:September 30, 2013


'Lonesome road stretches into infinity. Petrified Forest National Park is mostly badlands, a desert-like ecosystem characterized by scrubland and rock formations, but has several pockets of riparian areas where rivers and streams run through the dry landscape. The arid ecosystem is constantly worn down by wind and, less commonly, by water. The rocks gain their colors from impurities and mixtures of elements, from dark blue coal to bright clays to red volcanic rocks. The landscape is difficult to navigate because of steep slopes, loose soils, slick clay, and deep sand. Badlands, characterized by massive erosion, generally form in areas of heavy, but infrequent, rain showers, sparse vegetation, and soft sediments. Horizontal shot.'
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