The Imperial Dunes tower over the border of Mexico and the United States in southern California. They are a popular destination foe ATV riders as well as a filming location for many Hollywood movies. Though vegetation is sparse due to shifting sand and no surface water, there are a number plant species that find a way to survive. In this picture, a lone silver-leaved dune sunflower breaks up the monotony of the sand swept landscape.
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