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Images Dated 21st May 2011

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Europe, Italy, Tuscany, San Galgagno. San Galgagno Abbey at twilight Featured 21 May 2011 Image

Europe, Italy, Tuscany, San Galgagno. San Galgagno Abbey at twilight

Europe, Italy, Tuscany, San Galgagno. San Galgagno Abbey at twilight. Credit as: Marie Bush / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Marie Bush / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Architecture, Blue, Christian, Cloudy, Europe, Gold, Illumination, Italy, Jaynes Gallery, Marie Bush, Old, Religion, Roman Catholic, Ruin, San Galgagno, San Galgagno Abbey, Sky, Tuscany, Twilight, Usa

Italy; Venice. A gondolier ferries tourists on the Grand Canal in Venice with the massive church Featured 21 May 2011 Image

Italy; Venice. A gondolier ferries tourists on the Grand Canal in Venice with the massive church

Italy, Venice. A gondolier ferries tourists on the Grand Canal in Venice with the massive church, Santa Maria della Salute in the background

© David Noyes / DanitaDelimont.com

Antique, Architecture, Boat, Bridge, Canal, Church, David Noyes, Gondola, Gondolier, Grand Canal, Island, Italy, Man, Palace, People, Rialto, Ride, Riverfront, Santa Maria Della Salute, Tourism, Tourist, Transportation, Travel, Venice

Curtain Fig Tree at Atherton Tableland, Tropical North Queensland, Australia Featured 21 May 2011 Image

Curtain Fig Tree at Atherton Tableland, Tropical North Queensland, Australia

The Curtain Fig Tree is one of the largest trees in Tropical North Queensland, Australia, and one of the best known attractions on the Atherton Tableland. The Curtain Fig Tree is of the strangler fig species Ficus virens. Normally these figs germinate on top of another tree and try to grow roots into the ground. Once this important step is accomplished, the fig will grow vigorously, finally kill the hosting tree and then grow on independently. In this case, the hosting tree tilted towards the next one; the fig also grows around that one. Its curtain of aerial roots drops 15 metres (49 feet) to the ground. Although these figs kill their hosts, they are an epiphyte which basically feeds from the ground

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