Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Analogue Images of Impressive Dunes

In physical geography, a dune is a hill of sand built by either wind or water flow. Dunes occur in different forms and sizes, formed by interaction with the flow of air or water.

Most kinds of dunes are longer on the windward side where the sand is pushed up the dune and have a shorter "slip face" in the lee of the wind. The valley or trough between dunes is called a slack. A "dune field" is an area covered by extensive sand dunes.

Hereafter are some analogue images of impressive dunes which were chosen from Flickr's film photos.

Val d'Orcia Rolling Hills - Autumn edition (Oct 2005) by Michele Berti

Where The Pirate Buggies Went by Doha Sam

Kumtag desert region of Turpan‖新疆吐鲁番·库木塔格沙漠 by pingshang

sand hill by wiiri

imperial dunes. glamis, ca. 2000. by eyetwist

Monahans Sand Hills -- Evening (b/w #9) by wanderingYew2

desert hill by nezmi*

Tunnel Hill - Chelan, WA by John Laughlin Photography

Untitled by davideee!

Đồi cát Nam Cương, Phan Rang 8/2012 by Khánh Hmoong

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