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Petrified Forest, Sudan

It’s hard to find somewhere much more desolate than this – except perhaps Bouvet Island.  “This” is in the middle of the Sahara desert in Sudan.

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It wasn’t always like this though as the petrified forest pictured below proves.  Hard to find a greater contrast in a “now” and “then” scenario, isn’t it?

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Transiency is inherent in component things.

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One thought on “Petrified Forest, Sudan

  1. It’s amazing how nature can change, evolve, and do things you would have never expected. This is a reason why nature and animals are much superior than humans. They are able to create and destroy things in a way we, humans, can’t even dream about.

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