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Dry Canyon of David creek in Ein Gedi. The Middle East, January 24, 2002
A dry canyon of Nahal Mishmar river, after its turn to the north, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
A dry creek going to the rim of a plateau above Ein Bokek, with Dead Sea and mountains in Jordan on background. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of a giant dry waterfall at the end of the canyon from the southern side of the Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Amphitheatre-like part at the beginning of the Dry Canyon in the upper Nahal David. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
Middle Bayou near Road 50, 4 miles south-east from crossing with Road 60, near Batts Ferry Road, south from College Station. Because of dry spell and hot weather, water level dropped revealing caked mud and bare iron bridges at the bottom of the bayou. Texas, July 19, 2009
Upper part of Dry Canyon of David creek in Ein Gedi. The Middle East, January 24, 2002
View of dry riverbeds composed of powdery chalk substance (marl) and Dead Sea from a trail north from Masada. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
Dry landscape with caked mud of Middle Bayou near Road 50, 4 miles south-east from crossing with Road 60, near Batts Ferry Road, south from College Station, Texas, July 19, 2009
Dry wadi and Dead Sea, view from a trail north from Masada. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
Dry creek in Big Crater (Makhtesh Gadol) in Negev Desert. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Middle part of the Dry Canyon in the upper Nahal David. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
Near the beginning of the Dry Canyon in the upper Nahal David. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
View of dry waterfalls from a road along Dead Sea. The Middle East, April 15, 2000
A bottom of Ramon Crater, with hills covered by tanned black stones, view to north-east from a top of a hill. A grey spot to the left is an exposition of basalt prisms on a bank of a dry river. The Middle East, February 1, 2001
A dry riverbed at spring of a tributary of Nahal Revivim descending from a mountain ridge near Yeroham reservoir. The Middle East, March 8, 2001
A dry riverbed on Egyptian border near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Giant dry waterfall at the end of a canyon of Bokek River near Ein Bokek and a rim of a desert plateau. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Big Crater (Makhtesh Gadol), dry river and multicolored sands behind picnic tables. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Dry riverbed near Ein Yorkeam spring in Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
A dry river on a bottom of Ramon Crater. Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center is seen perched on the top of the rim to the north. The Middle East, February 1, 2001
Drying olive trees in Negev Desert from Eilat Road south from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, November 7, 2002
A dry creek in mountains near Eilat. The Middle East, May 13, 2000
End of the Dry Canyon in the upper Nahal David. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
A dry plant on a cliff north-west from Masada hill, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001

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