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Images Dated 25th July 2008

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Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102 Featured 25 Jul 2008 Print

Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London DD97_00102

CANNON STREET STATION, London. A view from the bank of the River Thames looking along the Cannon Street Railway Bridge from the south towards Cannon Street Station. The bridge was built between 1863 and 1866 by John Hawkshaw and John Wolfe-Barry. Photographed by York and Son. Date range:1870-1900

© Historic England

Boat, Bridge, Railway, River, Water

RES-738 Common Poppies on the Berkshire Downs Featured 25 Jul 2008 Print

RES-738 Common Poppies on the Berkshire Downs

RES-738
Common Poppies on the Berkshire Downs
nr Blewbury UK
Papaver rhoeas
George Reszeter
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© George Reszeter/ardea.com

Europe, European, Flower, Flowers, Landscape, Landscapes, Mass, Masses, Pla Nts, Plant, Poppies, Poppy, Red, Scen Ic, United Kingdom

Emperor penguin chick and adults (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island Featured 25 Jul 2008 Print

Emperor penguin chick and adults (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island

Emperor penguin chick and adults (Aptenodytes forsteri), Snow Hill Island, Weddell Sea, Antarctica, Polar Regions The Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) is the tallest and heaviest of all living penguin species. It is the only penguin that breeds during the winter in Antarctica. Emperor Penguins eat mainly crustaceans (such as krill) but also occasionally indulge in small fish and squid. In the wild, Emperor Penguins typically live for 20 years, but some records indicate a maximum lifespan of around 40 years. The Emperor Penguin should not be confused with the closely related King Penguin or the Royal Penguin

© Thorsten Milse