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Abstract agate background, turquoise and gold seashore fluid.
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Form of soil layers,its colour and textures.
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Abstract texture of oxidised copper in the copper mine.
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Iceland River Delta.
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Grunge graffiti wall background: spray paint, strokes, coloured street art.
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EEHN logo, with permission, features ‘Towards Heilprin Land VIII (2007)’ by Ilana Halperin.