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Images Dated 28th May 2013

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Waves breaking on the coast of Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, Galapagos, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America Featured 28 May 2013 Image

Waves breaking on the coast of Puerto Egas, Santiago Island, Galapagos, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America

© G&M Therin-Weise

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A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their Featured 28 May 2013 Image

A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their

A child plays with soap bubbles at an event to support autistic children and their families in a park in Kiev May 28, 2013. The event, which was organised by several local charities, gave autistic children and their families the opportunity to spend a day in the park playing with soap bubbles as clowns and other performers entertained them. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) - GM1E95S1NMQ01

Clinoclase, St Day, Gwennap, Cornwall, England Featured 28 May 2013 Image

Clinoclase, St Day, Gwennap, Cornwall, England

Spheroidal clinoclase coating liroconite, 4.5 cm in diameter. The specimen is probably from Wheal Gorland or Wheal Unity. Collector Philip Rashleigh wrote in his mineral catalogue: 963 A globular copper ore in plated crystals the surface of the darkest blue or black colour probably colouring copper ore of a sky blue colour'. Clinoclase was first discovered in Cornwall and the type locality is Wheal Gorland. Although first described by Rashleigh, the mineral was not formally named until after his death. Rashleigh Collection

© RIC, photographer A.G. Tindle