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Images Dated 22nd June 2012

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Common Camus (Camassia quamash) and False Hellebore (Veratrum californicum) at sunset, Targhee National Forest, Wyoming, USA Featured 22 Jun 2012 Print

Common Camus (Camassia quamash) and False Hellebore (Veratrum californicum) at sunset, Targhee National Forest, Wyoming, USA

Veratrum californicum (California corn lily, white or California false hellebore) is a poisonous plant native to mountain meadows. It grows 1 to 2 meters tall, with an erect, unbranched, heavily leafy stem resembling a cornstalk. Camassia quamash, commonly known as camas, small camas, common camas, common camash or quamash, is a perennial herb. It is a perennial herbaceous monocot with leaves emerging from a persistent bulb in a basal rosette. Both plants are native to North America

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Snow-capped rhyolite mountains, Namshraun lava field, Joekulgilskvisl river, Landmannalaugar, Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Highlands, Iceland, Europe Featured 22 Jun 2012 Print

Snow-capped rhyolite mountains, Namshraun lava field, Joekulgilskvisl river, Landmannalaugar, Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Highlands, Iceland, Europe

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?Ko-i-Staun Foot Soldiery in Summer Costume Featured 22 Jun 2012 Print

?Ko-i-Staun Foot Soldiery in Summer Costume

?Ko-i-Staun Foot Soldiery in Summer Costume, Actively employed among the Rocks?. One of 30 coloured lithographs, from the series ?The costumes of the various tribes, portraits of ladies of rank, celebrated Princes and Chiefs, views of the principal fortresses and cities and interior of the cities and temples of Afghaunistaun?, by R Carrick after Lt James Rattray, 2nd Grenadiers, Bengal Army. Printed by Day and Son, published by Hering and Remington, London, 1847. Associated with 1st Afghan War (1838-1842). Date: circa 1842

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