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Images Dated 17th February 2017

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Avocet (Recurvirostra) Walking Along Waters Edge at Fort Myers Beach Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

Avocet (Recurvirostra) Walking Along Waters Edge at Fort Myers Beach

A profile view of an avocet walking along the edge of the reflective waters at the Little Estero Lagoon at Fort Myers Beach, Florida

© Vicki Jauron, Babylon and Beyond Photography

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Winter in Olenilsoya in Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

Winter in Olenilsoya in Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway

Lofoten islands is an archipelago in the county of Nordland, Norway. Is known for a distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands

© 87davis

668406434, Aurora, Auroral Zone, Borealis, Coast, Coastal, Cold, Espkeywordtest, Freezing, Geomagnetic, Green, Lights, Lofoten Islands, Natural, Nordic, Norge, Northern, Northern Lights, Ocean, Phenomena, Rock Pools, Santa, Solar Wind, Stars, Stunning, Universe

The Preussen DAR_P01 Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

The Preussen DAR_P01

The German schooner The Preussen, run aground in St Margaret's Bay, Kent. The Preussen was the largest sailing vessel in the world at the time of her loss in November 1910. She collided with the SS Brighton on the morning of 06 November 1910. She managed to anchor off Dungeness, but the cables parted and she was driven out to sea. Tugs then towed her towards Dover, but she ran ashore off St Margaret's Bay. Between 04-11 January 1911 gales caused her to break in two. Photographed in November 1910 by Annette Evelyn Darwall

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