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Images Dated 15th April 2014

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Antique Japanese Woodblock, woman serving tea Featured 15 Apr 2014 Print

Antique Japanese Woodblock, woman serving tea

This Japanese art print is a portrait of the tea house waitress Naniwaya Okita in a beautiful kimono serving a cup of tea, 1790. The print bears the artist's signature. The artist Utamaro Kitagawa (1753-1806) was a ukiyo-e master and is a very famous print-maker. His genre is called bijinga (Pictures of Beautiful Women)

© BernardAllum

Rifle, Bolt Action, Ross, .303 In M1910 Mk Iii Featured 15 Apr 2014 Print

Rifle, Bolt Action, Ross, .303 In M1910 Mk Iii

Ross M1910 Mk III . 303 in straight-pull bolt action rifle, 1915; manufactured by the Ross Rifle Company in Canada; cleaning tools in butt. Converted to match shooter after World War One. Attached bayonet (-92). Date: circa 1915

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Camel, tufa rock formations some shaped like people and animals, Turkey, Cappadocia Featured 15 Apr 2014 Print

Camel, tufa rock formations some shaped like people and animals, Turkey, Cappadocia

Stone formation called The camel because of its shape. This formation in the Dervet Valley (Cappadocia, Anatolia, Turkey) is made of Tufa. The Tufa was formed by compressed Volcano ashes from the nearby volcano Erciyes million years ago. Due to several eruptions with a different mixtures of chemical elements the tufa is layered in different colors from red to yellow to white. In the Dervet Valley the red version prevails. The rock sites of Cappadocia are a UNESCO World Heritage Site