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Images Dated 13th November 2010

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Allies Day, May 1917 Featured 13 Nov 2010 Print

Allies Day, May 1917

A patriotic whirlwind overtook mid-town Manhattan as America entered the First World War in the spring of 1917. On Fifth Avenue, the British Union Jack, the French Tricolor, and Stars and Stripes were displayed prominently during parades honoring America's allies. The colorful pageantry inspired Childe Hassam, who dedicated this picture "to the coming together of [our] three peoples in the fight for democracy." Hassam's flag paintings were first shown as a group in New York's Durand-Ruel Gallery in November 1918, just four days after the armistice was declared. Thus, the works, originally created to herald America's entry into the war, also served to commemorate its victorious resolution

South America, Mexico. Close-up of a red-knee tarantula. Credit as: Dennis Flaherty Featured 13 Nov 2010 Print

South America, Mexico. Close-up of a red-knee tarantula. Credit as: Dennis Flaherty

South America, Mexico. Close-up of a red-knee tarantula. Credit as: Dennis Flaherty / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Dennis Flaherty / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Arachnid, Brachypelma, Captive, Colorful, Danita Delimont, Dennis Flaherty, Docile, Flower, Insect, Jaynes Gallery, Mexico, Plant, Red, Scary, South America, Spider, Tarantula

Troops Taking Part in Lord Mayors Show in London 2010 Featured 13 Nov 2010 Print

Troops Taking Part in Lord Mayors Show in London 2010

The Household Cavalry rides past the new Lord Mayor of London during the Lord Mayor's Show, London in November 2010.
On 13th November 2010 the biggest ever Lord Mayor's Show took place in the City of London. The streets were crowed with spectators who were entertained by Zulu Warriors, sultry samba dancers, Territorial Soldiers and cadet forces from all services, in total there was over 6000 participants, 200 Vehicles, 21 carriages, 71 floats 150 horses (91 which were military) and 20 marching bands

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