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A 1951 International Harvester pickup truck at a farm near Bennet, Nebraska during a thunderstorm.

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A 1951 International Harvester pickup truck at a farm near Bennet, Nebraska during a thunderstorm.

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A late afternoon storm breaks over Uganda’s Lake Albert, a dramatic reminder of the region’s seasonal rain cycle.

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A herd of American bison (Bison bison) standing in the rain on Fort Niobrara NWR in Nebraska.

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Rosa Maria Ruiz, a guide from Bolivia, holding a laminated photograph in the rain to make sure they are waterproof. She will use the photos in a traveling exhibition to remote villages to educate the Bolivians about the importance of protecting Madidi.

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A copper-tailings impoundment next to a housing development in Arizona threatens leeching of chemicals into groundwater as seen in the sulfide-tinged pool of rainwater.

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The Atacama Giant (Spanish: Gigante de Atacama) a 282 ft. tall geoglyph in the Atacama Desert in Cerro Unitas, Chile.

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A red-eared guenon (Cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A red-eared guenon (cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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A red-eared guenon (Cercopithecus erythrotis) sitting on a vine in the rainforest on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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Expedition members talk amongst each other while standing in the rain on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

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An Attwater’s prairie-chicken shakes off the rain near Texs City, Texas.

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An Attwater’s prairie-chicken shakes off the rain near Texs City, Texas.

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An Aymara family (indigenous) in the Chilean high Andes.

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A woman and a girl cram themselves under a tiny umbrella to avoid “rain” from a garden hose in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A young boy looks disgusted in a field in Lancaster County.

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A young boy and girl run through a field in Lancaster County.

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A bundled up three-year-old runs in a field in Lancaster County.

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Club de Golf is in Arica, Chile in the Atacama Desert, the driest place on earth. Creative solutions to the lack of water include painting rocks blue to mark a “water hazard,” using strips of astroturf when hitting from the fairway, and putting used motor oil on the sand and then smoothing it to serve as a putting green.

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A woman with an umbrella leans over the board walk at Mahogany Hammock near Everglades National Park, Florida.

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A tree seen through a foggy car window during a thunderstorm. Florida.

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A tree seen through a foggy car window during a thunderstorm. Florida.

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A rain-soaked landscape near Mahogany Hammock in EvergladesNational Park, Florida.

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The cold Humboldt current splashes up against a cliff packed with a breeding bird colony near Antofagasta, Chile. The life-filled waters that sustain the birds along the coast also create a high pressure dome that keeps the Atacama Desert cloudless and rain-free all year long.

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A dust devil springs up near the Pan-American Highway in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

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“El Dragon,” a large sand dune near Iquique, Chile at the edge of the Atacama Desert.

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Emma, Ellen and Muldoon the dog play in the “rain” from a sprinkler in Lincoln, NE.

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Emma, Ellen and Muldoon the dog play in the “rain” from a sprinkler in Lincoln, NE.

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Emma, Ellen and Muldoon the dog play in the “rain” from a sprinkler in Lincoln, NE.

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Emma, Ellen and Muldoon the dog play in the “rain” from a sprinkler in Lincoln, NE.

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