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Images Dated 9th September 2014

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A full moon, also a harvest moon, rises past thunder clouds near Encinitas, California Featured 9 Sep 2014 Image

A full moon, also a harvest moon, rises past thunder clouds near Encinitas, California

A full moon, also a harvest moon, rises past thunder clouds near Encinitas, California September 8, 2014. The harvest moon comes at a time in the lunar cycle when moonrise does not occur significantly later night after night - a change welcome in an agrarian era when farmers worked late into the night trying to harvest their crops before frost set in. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - GM1EA990XVX01

White-lined Tanager, male, Atlantic Forest, Sao Featured 9 Sep 2014 Image

White-lined Tanager, male, Atlantic Forest, Sao

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A Merlin Mk2 helicopter from 814 Naval Air Squadron conducting winching and communications Featured 9 Sep 2014 Image

A Merlin Mk2 helicopter from 814 Naval Air Squadron conducting winching and communications

A Merlin Mk2 helicopter from 814 Naval Air Squadron conducting winching and communications training with HMS Bulwark off the coast of Sicily.
Merlin Mk2 entered service in 2014 as an upgrade for the original 1990's Mk1 naval version. Its role is supply the UK's Maritime Force Protection and airborne anti-submarine warfare capability for the foreseeable future.
814 Naval Air Squadron is better known throughout the Royal Navy as The Flying Tigers due to its distinctive badge

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