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Choose from 45 pictures in our July collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Eye examination Featured July Print

Eye examination

MODEL RELEASED. MODEL RELEASED. Eye examination. Teenage (16 year old) girl looks through a refractor during an eye examination at an ophthalmologist. This equipment is used for a clinical measurement and correction of refractive errors of the eye. A series of lenses are dialed into place as the patient reads a wall chart. The ability to read the chart guides the ophthalmologist in choosing lenses to correct the sight of a patient

© ADAM HART-DAVIS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

BTCC 1996: Rounds 17 and 18 Knockhill Featured July Print

BTCC 1996: Rounds 17 and 18 Knockhill

KNOCKHILL RACING CIRCUIT, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 28: Alain Menu, Williams Renault Dealer Racing, Renault Laguna during the Rounds 17 and 18 Knockhill at Knockhill Racing Circuit on July 28, 1996 in Knockhill Racing Circuit, United Kingdom. (Photo by LAT Images)

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A Canberra aircraft flying high Featured July Print

A Canberra aircraft flying high

The original Canberra design dates from the 1940's and the prototype aircraft flew for the first time from Warton aerodrome on 13 May 1949.
The type first entered operational service with the RAF in 1951 as a medium bomber, although photo reconnaissance (PR) variants were first produced soon afterwards.
The prototype PR9 made its maiden flight on 8 July 1955. The aircraft was built under licence by Short Brothers, Belfast and in total, 23 production standard PR9s were built between 1958 and 1962. The first operational sortie was flown by an aircraft of No 58 Squadron in April 1960. The remaining PR9s serve with No 39 Squadron at RAF Marham

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