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Images Dated 12th November 2004

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Giant Saguaro cacti growing in Saguaro Nat'l Park, with the snow capped Catalina Mtns Featured 12 Nov 2004 Image

Giant Saguaro cacti growing in Saguaro Nat'l Park, with the snow capped Catalina Mtns

Giant Saguaro cacti growing in Saguaro Nat'l Park, with the snow capped Catalina Mountains, Tucson, Arizona

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Arid, Arizona, Az, Danita Delimont, Desert, Giant Saguaro, Greg Probst, National Park, Np, Panorama, Saguaro, Saguaro Cactus, Saguaro National Park, Snow Capped, Tucson

Hastings - for the perfect Holiday in Engl Featured 12 Nov 2004 Image

Hastings - for the perfect Holiday in Engl

Hastings - for the perfect Holiday in England, British Railways poster by Colorfex. Main picture shows a pleasant beach and promenade and a smaller window shows a map of South East Channel crossings to France. A second caption, in French, reads La Plage ideale d'Angleterre'. Published by the Railway Executive (Southern Region), printed at the Baynard Press

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Cyclops Featured 12 Nov 2004 Image

Cyclops

Cyclops. In Homer's Odyssey, the Cyclopes (pl.) were a colony of man-eating giants who lived in the mountains of Sicily. Odysseus, the hero of Odyssey, and his men landed on the island and sought shelter in the cave of the Cyclops Polyphemus. Polyphemus trapped the men in the cave and began to eat them. Odysseus got the Cyclops drunk, blinded him and escaped with his remaining men. The myth of the Cyclops probably originated from extinct dwarf elephant bones and skulls found on Sicily. The single large opening for the trunk in an elephant skull may have been mistaken as the eye socket of a giant

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