Seven Days of Strange Landscapes

Lightbox March 6, 2012
Lukas Coch—EPA
March 6, 2012. Thousands of spiders build new webs after floodwaters forced them to move to higher grounds in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia.

From thousands of spiders in Australia and a massive ruptured ice wall in Argentina to the aftermath of the U.S. tornadoes and the wake of last year’s Japanese tsunami, TIME’s photo department presents a selection of surprising and surreal vistas from the past week.

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