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Photographer's Note

Although they look barren and devoid of life at first glance, except for some low plants, the Cadiz dunes were covered with tracks of various beetles, lizards, rodents, birds, coyotes, rabbits, and other creatures. Here you can see them criss-crossing each other, see the path they took. There were places where you see that a lizard had burrowed under the sand, where a larger animal dug up something hiding underneath, and where attacks and skirmishes had occured -- a history of all the things that happened on this sand since the last time the wind erased it. And of course our tracks were left there as well, recording every move we made.

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