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Images Dated 20th July 2016

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Colour image of a camel train crossing a sparsely shrubbed plain Featured 20 Jul 2016 Print

Colour image of a camel train crossing a sparsely shrubbed plain

Under a big cloudy sky, Cameleer Kurt Posel leads his camel train across rocky, sparsely shrubbed, red soiled open country near Simpsons Gap (Rungutjirpa) in the West MacDonnell Ranges. This colour image was shot in the Northern Territory, while filming Australian Wildlife Series: Camel 1975: Although not a biological study of this notable contributor to Australia's history, this film corrects some of the popular misconceptions about the camel and its habitat. In addition to showing camels in their rough and risky Australian environment, the film includes the people who work with camels in the Australian outback

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Murren village above Lauterbrunnen Valley with Monch mountain in background, Swiss Alps, Switzerland Featured 20 Jul 2016 Print

Murren village above Lauterbrunnen Valley with Monch mountain in background, Swiss Alps, Switzerland

Murren is a traditional Walser mountain village in the Bernese Highlands of Switzerland, at an elevation of 1, 638 meters (5, 374 ft.) above sea level and it cannot be reached by public road. It is also one of the popular tourist spots in Switzerland, and summer and winter are the seasons when Murren becomes busy with the tourists; the village features a view of the three towering mountains Eiger, Monch, and Jungfrau. Murren has a year-round population of 450, but has 2, 000 hotel beds. Murren has its own school and two churches, one Reformed and one Roman Catholic

© Brenda Tharp / Danita Delimont

North New Zealand Featured 20 Jul 2016 Print

North New Zealand

Cape Reinga, official name Cape Reinga/Te Rerenga Wairua, is the north westernmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula, at the northern end of the North Island of New Zealand.
Cape Reinga is more than 100 km north of the nearest small town of Kaitaia. State Highway 1 extends all the way to the Cape, but until 2010 was unsealed gravel road for the last 19 km.
Suitable vehicles can also travel much of the way via Ninety Mile Beach and Te Paki stream bed.
The Te Rerenga Wairua component of the name in MA?ori language means the leaping-off place of spirits. The Reinga part of the name is the MA?ori language word meaning the underworld.
Both refer to the MA?ori belief that the cape is the point where the spirits of the dead enter the underworld.
Cape Reinga is on the tentative list of UNESCO waiting to receive World Heritage Site status.
The cape is already a favorite tourist attraction, with over 120, 000 visitors a year and around 1, 300 cars arriving per day during peak season. Visitor numbers are growing by about five percent a year, and the increase is likely to become even more now that the road to the cape is fully sealed

© Stig Stockholm Pedersen