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From Hawaii to Jordan: reader travel photos of the week

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Cezary Kucharski, Edmonton: Fields in the northern part of Kauai, Hawaii.

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A view of  Mount Annapurna from the rhododendron forest on Poon Hill, in western Nepal.

Alec Crawford:

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John Dimitri Gibson Cannon Beach on the Pacific Coast, Oregon.

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Rick Lash, Toronto: Wadi Rum, Jordan - an ancient desert made famous as the location for the film Lawrence of Arabia. The lone Bedouin brings into contrast the vast empty space and towering 1,000-foot cliffs that makes this place so incredible.

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Dennis Doty of Livingston, Tex. Sunset at Lee Vining, Calif.

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Darlene Gunness, Toronto: The cliffs of Arcos de la Frontera in Andalucia, Spain.

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Jess Watt, Toronto: Camels in the Khonghor Sand Dunes, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

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Audrey Fraser, Sault Ste Marie, Ont. The Blue Rocks in Lunenberg, N.S. A truck drove up to the dock, filled with sheep. A small boat pulled into the dock, and the first sheep off the truck led the rest of the flock down the ramp and into the boat, one after the other, moving forward in an orderly fashion to the stern, taking their places with no fuss or bother.

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Dale Kucharczyk, Toronto: Sunset at the Taliesin West sculpture garden in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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Susan Lychak, Penticton, B.C.: Sossusvlei, in the Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia. It is an area called "deadvlei," meaning "dead well/water," and was formed approximately 800 years ago by the ever-moving sand dunes, cutting off the flow of water.

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John Moody, Toronto: The Serengeti, Tanzania. Our guide paralleled a mother cheetah and cubs for half an hour, and he seemed to know just where they would cross our path.

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