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Images Dated 23rd September 2013

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Long Beach, California, USA: Patrick Tambay flies over the back of Niki Laudas at the Hairpin on lap 1 Featured 23 Sep 2013 Image

Long Beach, California, USA: Patrick Tambay flies over the back of Niki Laudas at the Hairpin on lap 1

1979 Long Beach Grand Prix.
Long Beach, California, USA.
6-8 April 1979.
Patrick Tambay (McLaren M28 Ford) flies over the back of Niki Lauda's (Brabham BT48 Ford) at the Hairpin on lap 1.
Ref-79 LB 04.
World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Mollusca, hand-coloured lithograph, published 1880 Featured 23 Sep 2013 Image

Mollusca, hand-coloured lithograph, published 1880

1) Greater argonaut (Argonauta argo), 2) Calamary (Sepia officinalis), 3) Paper nautilus (Nautilus pompilius), 4) Sea Butterfly (Clione limacina), 5) Great grey slug (Limax maximus), 6) Grapevine snail (Helix pomatia), 7) Isognomostoma isognomostomos, 8) (Helicigona lapicida), 9) Zebrina detrita, 10) Two Toothed Door Snail (Clausilia bidentata), 11) Lymnaea stagnalis, 12) (Planorbarius corneus), 13) Paludina vivipara, 14) Precious wentletrap (Epitonium scalare), 15) Green ormer (Haliotis tuberculata), 16) Long-spined limpet (Scutellastra longicosta). Hand-colored lithograph, published in 1880

© ZU_09

Murray-Darling Basin Featured 23 Sep 2013 Image

Murray-Darling Basin

An aerial view of a portion in New South Wales of the Murraya??Darling basin, a large geographical area in the interior of southeastern Australia. Its name is derived from its two major rivers, the Murray River and the Darling River, which bring water from the high ranges of the east and carry it west then south through long flat and dry inlands. The basin, which drains around one-seventh of the Australian land mass, is one of the most significant agricultural areas in Australia. Most of the 1, 061, 469 km2 basin is flat, low-lying and far inland, and receives little direct rainfall. The many rivers it contains tend to be long and slow-flowing

© 2013 Michael Thirnbeck