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A Day At The CEPE

Esperando al autobús

Con un compañero elaboren un diálogo.

Maestra ist angetan

Recital.

All for the dead.

Mäßig beeindruckt

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My Prickly Friends

Frisch geschlüpft

Hug me!

The army of solitary cacti

Die 7 Zwerge

Feeds on mommy

Defeats Mexican burglars

Cactus Wannabe

Tall and Taller

Rerun.

Even cacti gotta die sometime

Dick

Masquerades as a real tree

¿Quieres sentarte?

Gestrüpp

Mexikanische Kletten

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Satellite imagery of the study area.

Typical fabric and compositional interlayering of the Totoltepec granitoid.

Hydrothermal alteration. Totoltepec Pluton.

Mafic xenoliths in the Totoltepec granite.

Granite intruding gabbro, …

… and gabbro intruding granite. Totoltepec Pluton.

Lateritic zone separating the pluton and Mesozoic rocks.

Mesozoic sandstone overlying the Totoltepec Pluton.

Pelite and psammite. East of Pluton.

Amphibolite body.

Garnet schist.

Mylonitic granite.

Conglomerate.

Interlayered psammite, pelite, and arkose.

Marble boulder.

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Auf dem Hausberg

Sigue el camino

3100 m and Mexico turns into Canada

I can see my house from here

Stadt zu Füßen

Popo, shy as usual.

Las Palmas

Do I hear a rumble?

Las otras palmas

Autumn is confused

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Freiberg en la noche..

.. y sus caras. © Bob

Schwerelos. © Bob

Dr. Robert

You never see bright colors on my back.. (I’m the Man in Black)

.. zurück in Freiberg. © Bob

Barbie-Herbst!

Bohemian beauty

Nägel mit Köpfen

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Barranca Acatlán

Maria hat sich affig

Canyon Origami

Nicht ganz so elegant

Mesozoisches Urvieh

Nichtschwimmer

Sin Titulo

El Schatto

Unser Turbo – Topesurfer

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On the road again

Reiten durch die Prärie

Huauzontles

Sauer

Kesö

Was blüht, sticht nicht.

Tiefenschärfe

Wo hängt die Banane?

Obszön schön

Regenrinne

Acapulco cliff diver rookie

Barranca boulder

Grüner Zungenbusch

Schnurrrbartbaum
¡Awesome!

Gestatten, Señor Kaktus.

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