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Images Dated 16th July 2015

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Handcolored Peony Victorian Botanical Illustration Featured 16 Jul 2015 Print

Handcolored Peony Victorian Botanical Illustration

Extremely Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Victorian Engraved Botanical Illustration of the Hand Colored Peony from The American Flora, History of Plants and Wild Flowers: Their Scientific and General Descriptions, Natural History, Chemical and Medical Properties, Mode of Culture and Propagation. A Book of Reference for Botanists, Physicians, Florists, Gardeners and Students. Published in 1853. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

© Craig McCausland

The Azure Window natural arch at sunset Featured 16 Jul 2015 Print

The Azure Window natural arch at sunset

The famous Azure Window natural arch rock formation on the coast of the island of Gozo, near Malta at sunset. This amazing geological formation recently collapsed during stormy weather and rough seas. The arch could be viewed from various high and low vantage points, including from a popular diving and bathing site close to the base of the arch sea stack. The photo is taken close to sunset and the sky contains orange, blue and magenta hues. The image has a clam, peaceful, tranquil feel

© Billy Richards, 2015

Recruits, 1780 Featured 16 Jul 2015 Print

Recruits, 1780

Recruits, 1780.Engraving by Watson and Dickinson after W H Bunbury, 1780.This caricature was published during the American War of Independence (1775-1783). The war in America made enormous demands on British Army manpower. Here a recruiting officer and a non-commissioned officer line up new recruits outside an inn. Although the Army required able-bodied men, in times of shortage it would make do with whoever it could get. Many recruits were less than ideal material, as this caricature illustrates.Even so, the Government could not find enough recruits at home, and was forced to supply the shortfall by hiring Hessian (German) mercenaries. Date: 1780

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library