Amazing Land Art by Andrew Rogers (Slideshow)

"Ancient Language," 2004, Atacama Desert, Chile. Photo by Andrew Rogers

From high plains to deep gorges, deserts to rural fields, sculptor Andrew Rogers uses rock walls to outline the forms of symbols important to cultures around the world. Over the past decade, his massive land art pieces have spanned five continents.

The world's largest land art exhibit he debuted in Turkey's Cappadocia region is just part of his ambitious "Rhythms of Life" project. Here are 10 of his awe-inspiring artworks.

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