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Waychinicup River Delta Featured Related Images Print

Waychinicup River Delta

At Waychinicup River I did some effort scrambling around the near the inlet to get interesting perspective. As a result, at first, I stumbled into a big python, and later into another snake that was sitting in a crag of the rock I was climbing. Fun times

© Viktor Posnov

674430494, Albany Western Australia, Australia, Cheynes, Coastline, Color Image, Delta, Great Southern, Horizontal, No People, Outback, Outdoors, Photography, River, Sea, Waychinicup National Park, Waychinicup River, Western Ausralia, Western Australia

A plaque showing an entrance to the palace of the Oba of Benin (detail) Featured Related Images Print

A plaque showing an entrance to the palace of the Oba of Benin (detail)

A plaque showing an entrance to the palace of the Oba of Benin (detail). The entrance has a turret on which is a python, king of snakes and messenger of the god Olukun, ruler of the seas. The pillars supporting the turret have representations of the Portuguese. The door is flanked by four attendants, two on each side. Country of Origin: Nigeria. Culture: Edo. Date/Period: possibly 17th century. Place of Origin: Benin. Material Size: Brass, h=52cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin. Location: 09

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The Parliamentary Python, 1862 Featured Related Images Print

The Parliamentary Python, 1862

The Parliamentary Python, 1862. The python at the Zoological Gardens in London had at this time laid some 100 eggs. Although she was incubating them, they failed to hatch as they had been left at one point whilst she went off to shed her skin. This incident provided a good opportunity for Punch to have a dig at the current political situation. The eggs in this case are all labelled with contemporary political issues. Lord Russell and the PM, Palmerston, stand at the left wondering if the eggs will come to anything whilst, on the right, Disraeli walks away with his nose in the air. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 1, 1862

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