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Every month, we highlight a different image from Imaggeo, our open-access image repository, on the header of GeoLog.

The July 2012 image, by Christine Schleupner, shows a high-latitude wetland in the Alps. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

The June 2012 image is by Lucien von Gunten, who was awarded the second prize in the 2012 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons license and is available from Imaggeo.

The May 2012 image is by Ian Joughin, who was awarded the first prize in the 2012 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons license and is available from Imaggeo.

The April 2012 image is by James Levine, who was awarded the first prize in the 2011 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

The March 2012 image, by Jose Julian Esteban, shows folded cretaceous calcarenite layers near Bilbao, Spain. This photo won a prize at the 2011 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

The February 2012 image, by Annett Junginger, shows Lake Pukaki in New Zealand. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

The January 2012 image is by Wyss Yim, who won a prize on the 2010 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

The December 2011 image is by David Mencin, who won a prize on the 2010 EGU Photo Contest. It is distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence and it is available from Imaggeo.

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