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Images Dated 12th July 2016

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Sunset with smooth water at bow fiddle rock near Portknockie - Scotland Europe Featured 12 Jul 2016 Print

Sunset with smooth water at bow fiddle rock near Portknockie - Scotland Europe

Sunset with smooth water at bow fiddle rock near Portknockie

© Alta Oosthuizen

970381646, Arch, Atlantic, Beautiful, Blurred, Bow, Cloud, Clouds, Coast, Coastal

Cuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Featured 12 Jul 2016 Print

Cuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo

Cuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo

© Jane Sweeney / AWL Images

Aquamarine, Archipelago, Azure, Beach, Beaches, Blue, Caribbean, Caribbean Island, Causeway, Cayo Guillermo, Ciego De Avila, Ciego De Avila Province, Coast, Cuba, Cuban, Ernest Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway Statue, Exotic, Guillermo Beach, Guillermo Beaches, Hemingway, Island, Islands, Jai, Jane Sweeney, Jardines Del Rey, Ocean, Palm Beach, Palm Tree, Palm Trees, Sea, Seascape, Statue, Tranquil, Tropical, Tropical Island, Turquoise, White Sand

Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) against snowy forest, Bear River Range, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah, USA Featured 12 Jul 2016 Print

Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) against snowy forest, Bear River Range, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah, USA

Douglas fir, with the scientific name Pseudotsuga menziesii, is an evergreen conifer species native to western North America. The common name honors David Douglas, a Scottish botanist and collector who first reported the extraordinary nature and potential of the species. Extant coast Douglas fir trees 60-75 m (197-246 ft) or more in height and 1.5-2 m (4.9-6.6 ft) in diameter are common in old growth stands, and maximum heights of 100-120 m (330-390 ft) and diameters up to 4.5-6 m (15-20 ft) have been documented. The rooting habit of coast Douglas fir is not particularly deep, with the roots tending to be shallower than those of same-aged ponderosa pine, sugar pine, or California incense-cedar, though deeper than Sitka spruce

© Scott T. Smith/Danita Delimont