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Images Dated 1st December 2003

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Choose from 75 pictures in our Images Dated 1st December 2003 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Egypt. Dendera. Temple complex. Roman Birth House of Mammisi Featured 1 Dec 2003 Print

Egypt. Dendera. Temple complex. Roman Birth House of Mammisi

Egypt. Dendera. Temple complex. Roman Birth House of Mammisi. Emperor Trajan, depicted as a pharaoh wearing the red crown, offers the Sokar-Hennu sacred boat. Relief. Third Intercolumnar wall. South face

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

Age, Ancient, Art, Barque, Birth, Boat, Carving, Civilization, Crown, Dendera, Deshret, Egypt, Egyptian, Emperor, Hathor, Hennu, Henu, Hieratic, Hieroglyph, Hieroglyphic, Historical, History, House, Lower, Mammisi, Mythological, Mythology, Offerer, Offering, Perspective, Pharaoh, Red, Relief, Roman, Sacred, Sculpture, Ship, Sokar, Temple, Trajan, Uraeus, Votive, Wall, Writing

Cuernos Del Paine showing cushion plants (Mulinum spinosum) in Pre-Andean shrubland vegetation Featured 1 Dec 2003 Print

Cuernos Del Paine showing cushion plants (Mulinum spinosum) in Pre-Andean shrubland vegetation

Cuernos Del Paine showing cushion plants (Mulinum spinosum) in Pre-Andean shrubland vegetation, consisting of evergreen shrubs that have adapted to save water and withstand the fierce winds. Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, XII Region

© Jaime Plaza Van Roon/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Extreme Terrain, Landscape, Mountains, National Park, Nature, Patagonia, Peaks, Pre Andean Shrubland, Rugged, Scenery, Scenics, South America, Tourism, Towers Of Paine, Travel Destinations, Unspoiled, Vegetation, Wilderness

Mouldy apple Featured 1 Dec 2003 Print

Mouldy apple

Mouldy apple. Food turns mouldy when contaminated by a fungus. Microscopic fungal spores have landed on this apple, forming a fungal body. The fungus has secreted digestive enzymes, breaking down the apple's tissues to obtain nutrients for the growth of the fungus. This decay turns the apple brown. The advanced state of decay of this apple has led to parts of the fungal body (white) protruding out of the apple. These parts will contain structures to form and release reproductive spores to spread the fungus to another apple or suitable source of food. Decay is most rapid following a break in an apple's skin, the probable explanation for why the mouldy apple decayed before the others

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY