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Alien-looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

These incredible images of the planet Earth show it at its most striking and dramatic, and are more akin to those normally taken from Neptune, Mars or Pluto. The alien-looking images come from a variety of locations across the globe including the White Desert in Egypt, Monument Valley in the U.S., and the Chocolate Hills of Bohol Island in the Philippines. The images include shots of salt plains, rock formations, geysers, sand dunes, mud playas, lava shelves and deserts.

Rock Formations in Goreme Valley, Cappadocia, Turkey. The area features churches made of rock dating back to the Romans.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat and is located in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Geyser Hot Springs in Black Rock Desert, in Nevada in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The White Desert in Egypt, the area has massive limestone formations that have been created as a result of sandstorms in the area.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs in northern Arizona and southern Utah, USA, consist of deep canyons and several mile-long rock columns.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Rock formations in Cappadocia, which is in central Turkey.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A view from the space shuttle Columbia of the Richat Structure in the Mauritanian desert.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The ‘Chocolate Hills’ on the island of Bohol in the Philippines get their name because the 1,700 naturally formed mounds are covered with chocolate brown grass in the dry season.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Visible tyre tracks in the salt flats of Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Vermilion Cliffs of the Paria Canyon wilderness in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A sunrise over Monument Valley in Utah in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia consists of the Namib Desert (considered the world’s oldest desert) and the Naukluft mountain range.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Strokkur geyser in Haukadalur, Iceland is one of the country’s most famous geysers, and erupts every 4-8 minutes.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A dramatic skyline above South Georgia Island in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands in Antarctica.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Desert and sand dunes of the Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Geysers erupt in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Cracked mud playa surface in the Alvord Desert, Oregon in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The inhospitable terrain at the southern end of Lake Turkana in Kenya. The fresh-looking lava flows came from Teleki s Volcano which last erupted about 130 years ago.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Salt waters seep out of the ground, forming a slow moving brown river on the north side of the Dead Sea’s south lake.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The Richat Structure of Guelb er Richat in Mauritania. Originally thought to be a meteorite impact, it is now known to be a volcanic bulge that never erupted and was leveled by erosion.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A huge pack of frozen ice in Antarctica.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A dragonblood tree in the Homil Plateau, Socotra Island, Yemen. It gets its name from the red sap that the trees produce.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

The dry lake bed in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert in the U.S.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

Sinkholes pock-mark the emerging shoreline of the Dead Sea near Ein Gedi in Israel. The sinkholes are caused by fresh groundwater disolving subterranean salt deposits that once formed the bottom of the Dead Sea.
Alien looking Landscapes On Earth (25 photos)

A landscape of cracked mud in the playa of Alvord Desert in Oregon in the U.S.
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