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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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Purple saxifrage is one of the first tundra plants to flower in the Arctic. Jens Munk Island, Nunavut, Canada
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Louis Tepardjuk, drags a dead seal while out hunting at the floe edge. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.
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Heather in bloom wrapped in dewy spiders webs. Scotland
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Moss campion and purple and pink boots on the tundra. Spitsbergen
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Purple saxifrage below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage and orange lichen below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Purple saxifrage and orange lichen below Templet, The Temple, a mountain in the Sassen-BŁnsow Land National Park. Spitsbergen.
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Mother and son. Max and Mandy on holiday in the Findhorn Valley at heather time. Scotland
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Mother and son. Max and Mandy on holiday in the Findhorn Valley at heather time. Scotland
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New ice forms on the edge of the Fiord. Arctic landscape in winter light. Akureyri, Northern Iceland.
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Winter Sunset over Lake Myvatn, Iceland.
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Dramatic colours reflect in the ripples of the sea in a North Atlantic sunset. Small pieces of sea ice (bergy bits) are visible. East Greenland.
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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of Goose droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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Purple Saxifrage plant with a lucky hit of reindeer droppings that will fertilise it for many years. Svalbard. Norway
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Moss campion by a hut at Camp Mansfield, site of the Marble mine. Blomstrand. Svalbard
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Dusk on a winter's day in the forest on Shaman Mountain near Verkhoyansk. Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.
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Dusk on a winter's day in the forest on Shaman Mountain near Verkhoyansk. Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.
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Purple Saxifrage, is the first plant to flower each spring. Nunavut, Canadian Arctic.
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Icebergs floating in Inglefield Bay during autumn twilight. Northwest Greenland.
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Spring sunshine on Crocus tomasinianus. a very early variety from the Adriatic.
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The Santa Rita Prickly Pear, Opuntia Violacia Santa Rita, with lemon yellow flowers is common in New Mexico. USA
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Heart shaped cactus.Santa Rita Prickly Pear, Opuntia Violacia Santa Rita, is common in New Mexico. USA
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Purple Saxifrage, is the first plant to flower each spring. Nunavut, Canadian Arctic.

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