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Images Dated 11th June 2016

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Thames Barges at Maldon, Essex Featured 11 Jun 2016 Image

Thames Barges at Maldon, Essex

Two Thames barges with sails set are becalmed on a windless day and their red sails are reflected in the calm water

© 2016 Stephen Stringer

613575564, Countryside, Nautical, Sailing Boat Sailboat, Thames Barge, Vintage

Aerial view of Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Featured 11 Jun 2016 Image

Aerial view of Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

Heidelberg is a town on the Neckar River in south western Germany. It's known for venerable Heidelberg University, founded in the 14th century. Gothic Heiliggeistkirche church towers over the cafe-lined Marktplatz, a town square in the Altstadt (Old Town)

© Copy Rights by Henryk Sadura Travel Photography

618402734, Heidelberg, Jesuit Church

31 Aircraft mark The Queens 90th Birthday with flypast Featured 11 Jun 2016 Image

31 Aircraft mark The Queens 90th Birthday with flypast

Image of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, (Red Arrows) approaching the Mall, towards Buckingham Palace. They took part in the celebrations for the Queen's Birthday Flypast on 11 June 2016.
The Red Arrows, officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, is the aerobatics display team of the Royal Air Force based at RAF Scampton. The team was formed in late 1964 as an all-RAF team, replacing a number of unofficial teams that had been sponsored by RAF commands.
The Red Arrows have a prominent place in British popular culture, with their aerobatic displays a fixture of British summer events. The badge of the Red Arrows shows the aircraft in their trademark diamond nine formation, with the motto clat, a French word meaning "brilliance" or "excellence".
Initially, they were equipped with seven Folland Gnat trainers inherited from the RAF Yellowjacks display team. This aircraft was chosen because it was less expensive to operate than front-line fighters. In their first season, they flew at 65 shows across Europe.
In 1966, the team was increased to nine members, enabling them to develop their Diamond Nine formation. In late 1979, they switched to the BAE Hawk trainer. The Red Arrows have performed over 4, 700 displays in 56 countries worldwide