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Images Dated 15th June 2008

Choose from 186 pictures in our Images Dated 15th June 2008 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.


Wooden Propeller painted with either an RE8 or a BE2E Featured 15 Jun 2008 Print

Wooden Propeller painted with either an RE8 or a BE2E

Wooden Propeller painted with either an RE8 or a BE2E on a spotting and reconnaissance mission leaving English coastline over the North Sea. . J. Willey J. Willey'S War Service Was Prefaced By 2.5 Years In The Persian Gulf Under Semi-Active Service Conditions In H.M.S. Fox. During The First Few Months Of War This Ship Patrolled Trade Routes, Captured Merchant Vessels, Convoyed Troops To British East Africa, And The Indian Expeditionary Force Half-Way Across The Indian Ocean. After A Period On East Coast Of Africa Was Sent To Hospital (Mombasa), With Beriberi. Invalided To England About The Beginning Of February 1915. After A Period At The Torpedo School, Devonport, Sent To H.M.S. Melpomene, And Stationed At Harwich, Under Commodore Tyrwhitt. Remained In The Melpomene Until January 1917. Then Served Until The End Of The War In H.M S. Satyr, Patrolling, Mine-Sinking, Etc

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg. Blue columbine flower Featured 15 Jun 2008 Print

Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg. Blue columbine flower

Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg. Blue columbine flower. Credit as: Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Mike Grandmaison / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Blue, Canada, Columbine, Flower, Jaynes Gallery, Landscape, Manitoba, Mike Grandmaison, Plant, Scenic, Winnipeg

Astronomers Monument Featured 15 Jun 2008 Print

Astronomers Monument

The Astronomer's Monument is one of the attractions of Lightning Ridge. It is difficult to describe the character of this hand built concrete monster. The owner just used paint buckets and filled them with concrete...so what you see are hundreds of buckets that were filled with concrete to build this bizzare construction. It is an observatory, but the dome on top of the building was never open up to make room for the telescope. The owner never owned a telescope

© Vision and Imagination