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Close-up of one of the small grasses that populate this area Continuing my hike across the fan, I walk past a couple of hills and arrive in the "valley" where I'm campedThumbnailsI get back to camp around 17h and happily find that my bicycle is still here waiting for me to use it tomorrowContinuing my hike across the fan, I walk past a couple of hills and arrive in the "valley" where I'm campedThumbnailsI get back to camp around 17h and happily find that my bicycle is still here waiting for me to use it tomorrowContinuing my hike across the fan, I walk past a couple of hills and arrive in the "valley" where I'm campedThumbnailsI get back to camp around 17h and happily find that my bicycle is still here waiting for me to use it tomorrowContinuing my hike across the fan, I walk past a couple of hills and arrive in the "valley" where I'm campedThumbnailsI get back to camp around 17h and happily find that my bicycle is still here waiting for me to use it tomorrowContinuing my hike across the fan, I walk past a couple of hills and arrive in the "valley" where I'm campedThumbnailsI get back to camp around 17h and happily find that my bicycle is still here waiting for me to use it tomorrow

These grasses are distinguished by their horizontal, needle-like parts. They aren't as thorny as they look, but some of them have gotten stuck in my socks.