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Images Dated 17th August 2013

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Salt industry on Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles) Featured 17 Aug 2013 Print

Salt industry on Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles)

Much of Bonaire's Southern half has been made into a giant system of ponds and pools which take seawater and allow incrimental evaporation of the water until the only remaining product is sea salt. Bonaire's solar salt works produces 400, 000 tons of industrial grade salt per year primarily using wind to operate windmill-driven pumps and gates and the sun to evaporate the collected seawater

© 2013 Frans Sellies

The Spanish city of La Linea de la Concepcion, and the top of the Rock, a monolithic Featured 17 Aug 2013 Print

The Spanish city of La Linea de la Concepcion, and the top of the Rock, a monolithic

The Spanish city of La Linea de la Concepcion (rear), and the top of the Rock, a monolithic limestone promontory, are seen next to the construction (R) of Cape Vantage, in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, south of Spain August 16, 2013. The Gibraltar government is projected to build the tourist complex which will contain one hotel, 2500 apartments and 500 docks along the coast off Spanish territorial waters of the Mediterranean Sea, according to El Pais newspaper. British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday asked European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso to "urgently" send monitors to Gibraltar's border with Spain where tightened security checks are fuelling a row between the two countries. Picture taken August 16, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (GIBRALTAR - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION TRAVEL CITYSCAPE) - GM1E98H1ER201

Norfolk Island Coastline Featured 17 Aug 2013 Print

Norfolk Island Coastline

Norfolk IslandNorfolk Island was colonised by Great Britain as part of its settlement of Australia in 1788. The island served as a convict penal settlement until May 1855, except for an 11-year hiatus between 1814 and 1825, when it was abandoned. In 1856 permanent civilian residence on the island began when it was settled from Pitcairn. In 1901, the island became a part of the Commonwealth of Australia which it has remained until this day

© 2013 Steve Daggar