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Images Dated 21st March 2015

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2015 73rd Members Meeting Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England 21st - 22nd March 2015 Featured 21 Mar 2015 Print

2015 73rd Members Meeting Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England 21st - 22nd March 2015

2015 73rd Members Meeting
Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, England
21st - 22nd March 2015
Race3 Graham Hill Trophy
Tom Alexander Adrian Wilmott Aston Martin DB4GT
World Copyright: Jeff Bloxham/LAT Photographic
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Rescue hut on Vlieland (Friesland, Netherlands) Featured 21 Mar 2015 Print

Rescue hut on Vlieland (Friesland, Netherlands)

The western half of the island of Vlieland consists of the deserted sands of the Vliehors. It is nicknamed The Sahara of the north'. For the most part military training area. But when the guns are silent in the weekend, this stunning area is freely accessible to walkers.On the Vliehors you can find this little house, the rescue hut (drenkelingenhuisje). It is recognized as an official wedding location. It was raised as aid for castaways

© 2015 Frans Sellies

People sit on an embankment as the incoming tide surrounds the Mont Saint-Michel 11th Featured 21 Mar 2015 Print

People sit on an embankment as the incoming tide surrounds the Mont Saint-Michel 11th

People sit on an embankment as the incoming high tide surrounds the Mont Saint-Michel 11th century abbey off France's Normandy coast March 21, 2015. At the Mont Saint-Michel, where some of the biggest tides in the world occur, visitors earlier gathered to watch the tide disappear out of sight, exposing areas of beach and rock visible only every 18 years. Towns on France's North Atlantic coast braced for their first giant tide of the millennium on Saturday as the full moon and this week's solar eclipse combined to create an ocean surge not seen since 1997. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol