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Images Dated 7th November 2015

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Woodcut, Colour, Poster of Ukiyo-e print illustration showing boys enjoying the first of Featured 7 Nov 2015 Print

Woodcut, Colour, Poster of Ukiyo-e print illustration showing boys enjoying the first of

Woodcut, colour, poster of Ukiyo-e print illustration showing boys enjoying the first of five sekku holidays, the Seiyo, or spring holiday. Artist, Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1798-1861)

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Boys, Colour, Holiday, Illustration, Japan, Japanese, Kuniyoshi Utagawa, Poster, Seiyo, Sekku, Spring, Ukiyo E, Woodcut

Sandhill cranes land in flooded fields to roost for the night at the Sandhill Crane Featured 7 Nov 2015 Print

Sandhill cranes land in flooded fields to roost for the night at the Sandhill Crane

Sandhill cranes land in flooded fields to roost for the night at the Sandhill Crane Reserve near Thornton, California, November 3, 2015. Thousands of sandhill cranes are arriving in the California Delta during their seasonal migration. The state's ongoing drought has left the cranes, along with millions of other waterfowl that migrate from Canada and other northern climes to spend the winter in California, with fewer places to land, threatening their health as they crowd in on one another to seek shelter and food. Picture taken November 3, 2015. To match Feature CALIFORNIA-DROUGHT/BIRDS REUTERS/Max Whittaker TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

India-Lifestyle-Organic-Chilli Featured 7 Nov 2015 Print

India-Lifestyle-Organic-Chilli

Naga Chillies are shown by an exhibitor at The Indigenous Mei-Ramew Food Festival in Mawphlang in India's northeastern state of Meghalaya. For producers, the Mei-Ramew festival provided an opportunity to introduce new consumers to the foods of the area - from rare varieties of fermented bamboo shoot to Jaha, a local rice variety known for its sweetness -- both listed as endangered by the Slow Food movement. AFP PHOTO/Biju BORO / AFP PHOTO / BIJU BORO

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