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Images Dated 26th June 2010

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Homage To The Burro sculpture by Charles Southard, Burro Alley, City of Santa Fe Featured 26 Jun 2010 Image

Homage To The Burro sculpture by Charles Southard, Burro Alley, City of Santa Fe

Homage To The Burro sculpture by Charles Southard, Burro Alley, City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America, North America

© Richard Cummins

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Extreme close-up of top knot feathers of blue Bird of Paradise Featured 26 Jun 2010 Image

Extreme close-up of top knot feathers of blue Bird of Paradise

Color patterns of bird plumage affect animal behavior and speciation. Diverse patterns are present in different species and within the individual. The patterns and colors are known to be important for attracting mates, protecting from predators, and they also affect bird behavior and can exhibit seasonal variations

© Darrell Gulin/Danita Delimont

Thames Barge Driving Race DP095299 Featured 26 Jun 2010 Image

Thames Barge Driving Race DP095299

Played In series: London. The Thames Barge Driving Race was set up in 1975 by a charity called The Transport On Water Association (TOW). The race consists of about 11 teams of between 4 and 8 members who steer and row 30 ton barges over a seven mile course from Greenwich to Westminster Bridge. Considerable skill is needed to pilot unpowered barges rowed under oars or sweeps and ride tidal river currents alone, up river. Lightermen moved freight along the Thames this way up until the 1930s

© Historic England