Is this burning vegetation on Mars?

This image was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) Context Camera (CTX) on 2007-11-18T10:36:48.041.

NASA describes this image as “Terrain in and near Deuteronilus Colles.”

Is this smoke from burning vegetation, fine dust in the Martian atmosphere or signs of melting ice or snow?

Is this burning vegetation on Mars?
Is this burning vegetation on Mars? (click for larger image)
Clumps of vegetation around crater and concentration of vegetation around crater rim
Clumps of vegetation around crater and concentration of vegetation around crater rim
Possible similar vegetation on Earth
Possible similar vegetation on Earth

NASA claims Mars has no plant life. Could this prove they are wrong?

I encourage you to download the NASA photograph, check it out and decide for yourself.

Original NASA source: http://viewer.mars.asu.edu/planetview/inst/ctx/P13_006147_2226_XN_42N338W

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