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Images Dated 21st May 2012

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Mayor of Madrid HRT Formula One Team Factory Visit, Madrid, Spain, 18 May 2012 Featured 21 May 2012 Print

Mayor of Madrid HRT Formula One Team Factory Visit, Madrid, Spain, 18 May 2012

(L to R): Saul Ruiz de Marcos (HRT) HRT Formula 1 Team CEO, Luis Perez-Sala (ESP) HRT Formula One Team, Team Prinicpal, Dani Clos (ESP) HRT Formula One Team Third Driver, Pedro De La Rosa (ESP) HRT Formula One Team, Ana Botella (ESP) Mayor of Madrid and Carlos Gracia (ESP) Spanish Federation President and FIA Vice-President.
Mayor of Madrid HRT Formula One Team Factory Visit, Madrid, Spain, 18 May 2012

© Sutton Motorsport Images

Beautiful scenery around Queenstown, New Zealand in Autumn Featured 21 May 2012 Print

Beautiful scenery around Queenstown, New Zealand in Autumn

Queenstown, New Zealand - 21 May 2012
A fabulous view of the countryside around Queenstown, located in the foothills of the Remarkables mountain range. Queenstown is a scenic resort town in Otago Province of New Zealand's South Island. It is built around an inlet called Queenstown Bay on Lake Wakatipu, a long thin glacial formation, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains including the Remarkables Range, Cecil Peak and Walter Peak. The town is beautiful all year, but particularly stunning in Autumn, as shown here

© Jon Bower, Apexphotos

Windmills at sunset in Kinderdijk, Netherlands Featured 21 May 2012 Print

Windmills at sunset in Kinderdijk, Netherlands

Windmill in Kinderdijk, Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands. 04/19/2015: 19 spinning windmills in a natural landscape that would be underwater were it not for Dutch ingenuity. Built in the mid-18th century, the collection pumped excess water from the low-lying Alblasserwaard polder and discharged it to the Lek River until the 1950s. Kinderdijka??s mills, pumping stations, storage basins, ditches and sluices form an ingenious water management system

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