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Earth's otherworldly landscapes

updated 7:59 AM EDT, Mon August 13, 2012
"I remember thinking at the time that this was like something from a movie set of a fictional distant planet," says <a href='http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-825817'>Harvey Harrison</a>, who shot this photo in California's Death Valley National Park. "I remember thinking at the time that this was like something from a movie set of a fictional distant planet," says Harvey Harrison, who shot this photo in California's Death Valley National Park.
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Death Valley, California
Morocco
North Carolina
Svalbard Islands, Norway
Svalbard Islands, Norway
Namibia
Maui, Hawaii
Atacama Desert, Chile
Iceland
Peru
Seabrook Island, South Carolina
Cape Town, South Africa
Iceland
Iceland
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(CNN) -- We can't visit Mars (yet), but our own planet's unique terrain presents plenty of landscapes with an out-of-this-world feel. Here, iReporters share some of their otherworldly experiences and photos, which cover a lot of ground on Earth. Share your travel photos with CNN iReport.

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