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Images Dated 12th April 2008

Choose from 247 pictures in our Images Dated 12th April 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Laughing Kookaburra Featured 12 Apr 2008 Print

Laughing Kookaburra

DH-4375
Laughing Kookaburra
A wild bird at Healesville Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia.
Dacelo novaeguineae
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Don Hadden/ardea.com

Australasia, Australasian, Australia, Australian, Bird, Kookaburra, Kookaburras, Oceania, Single, Wild Life

Christmas churchgoing card by Ethel Parkinson Featured 12 Apr 2008 Print

Christmas churchgoing card by Ethel Parkinson

A Christmas Greetings card by Ethel Parkinson, showing people in 19th century style costume going to church in the snow. The caption reads: "The welcome eve, Loved Christmas now arrived, The parish bells their tuneful peals resound." Date: early 20th century

© Mary Evans/Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

19th, Belief, Beliefs, Card, Century, Christmas, Church, Cold, Costume, Ethel, Historical, History, Parkinson, Parkinson Xmas Greeting, People, Religion, Religious, Service, Snow, Snowy, Style, Winter, Worship, Xmas

A Multi-Bladed Wind Powered Water Pump on a Farm in Australia Featured 12 Apr 2008 Print

A Multi-Bladed Wind Powered Water Pump on a Farm in Australia

A windpump is a type of windmill which is used for pumping water. Windpumps are used extensively in Southern Africa, Australia, and on farms and ranches in the central plains and Southwest of the United States. In South Africa and Namibia thousands of windpumps are still operating. These are mostly used to provide water for human use as well as drinking water for large sheep stocks. Multi-bladed wind pumps can be found worldwide and are manufactured in the United States, Argentina, China, New Zealand, and South Africa. A 16 ft (4.8 m) diameter wind pump can lift up to 1600 US gallons (about 6.4 metric tons) of water per hour to an elevation of 100 ft with a 15 to 20 mph wind (24-32 km/h)

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