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Images Dated 22nd August 2015

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CJ6 0414 David Biggins, Daimler Mercedes Rennwagen GP Featured 22 Aug 2015 Print

CJ6 0414 David Biggins, Daimler Mercedes Rennwagen GP

David Biggins, Daimler Mercedes Rennwagen GP, Dick Baddiley, Edwardian Racing Trophies Handicap, VSCC Bob Gerard Memorial Trophy Meeting Mallory Park Aug 2015, 2015, Bob Gerard Memorial Trophy, cars, Chris McEvoy, circuit racing, cjm-photography, classic cars, historic cars, Leicestershire, Mallory Park, Mallory Park Trophy, nostalgia, pre-war sports cars, racing cars, retro, sports cars, vintage cars, Vintage Racing Cars, Vintage Sports Car Club, VSCC, VSCC Mallory Park Aug 2015

© 2015 Chris McEvoy, all rights reserved, www.cjm-photography.co.uk

White-fronted goose , 19 century science illustration Featured 22 Aug 2015 Print

White-fronted goose , 19 century science illustration

White-fronted goose. A digitally restored photographic image of the original antique litho from the Coloured Illustrations of British Birds, and Their Eggs by Henry Leonard Meyer published in 1857

© mashuk

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Tide Featured 22 Aug 2015 Print

Tide

Fernando de Noronha was discovered on 10 August 1503, barely a decade after Columbus first stumbled on the New World, by explorer Amerigo Vespucci. It was colonised by the Dutch, the French and finally the Portuguese, and until 20 years ago was a prison colony for criminals, gypsies and other undesirables, who were put to work building forts, making lime and weaving cloth. Since Darwin visited in 1832, the island has been a Mecca for naturalists and ecologists (it is now a national park). The island has just seven kilometres of surfaced road, the rest being dirt track and pathway, so buggies are the principal form of transport on the island. About 70% of it is protected, and development of any kind is drastically limited in the other 30 per cent. The island may be a wilderness, but it's a domesticated, cared-for wilderness

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