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Foxy Michelin Man - River Sligachan Ice Abstraction #3 Featured Aerial Views Print

Foxy Michelin Man - River Sligachan Ice Abstraction #3

Isolated ice pockets create interesting visual abstract shapes, textures, and patterns. Reflections of the environment and transparent shapes from the depths below blend this image to a surreal 3-dimensional abstract. Location: The Sligachan River Bridge, Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom

© Matt Anderson Photography

The Isle of Man Featured Aerial Views Print

The Isle of Man

The Isle of Man (also known as Mann) is a self-governing British Crown Dependency in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland. The island is not part of the United Kingdom, though the head of state is Queen Elizabeth II. Inhabited since 6500 BC, the island was influenced by Gaelic culture, settled by the Norse, was part of Scotland, and came under the feudal overlordship of the English Crown in 1399. The island's parliament, Tynwald, claims to be the oldest continuously existing ruling body in the world, possibly dating to the 10th century. The image was acquired May 1, 2001, covers an area of 29.4 x 49.5 km, and is located at 54.2 degrees north latitude, 4.5 degrees east longitude

© Stocktrek Images

Aerial view of Westminster from a balloon Featured Aerial Views Print

Aerial view of Westminster from a balloon

When this and other photographs of this region of London were taken the air currents were so tricky that ones chief attention had to be taken in assisting in the manipulation of the balloon. In consequence no definite altitude from which this photograph was taken can be stated as the reading of the aneroid was not logged. When it is stated that the balloon fell from 2,600ft to 820ft owing to a down current of air and that two bags of ballast were required to check its fall there was scanty time to take photographs much less take notes. This photograph is of considerable interest because it shows a good view of both sides of the river in the neighbourhood of Westminster. Conspicuous features are the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Victoria Street. Between Victoria Street and Great George Street lies the Stationary Office (oblong block with quadrangle). To the east of Great George Street (i.e. to the left) runs Parliament Street and Whitehall, with Government buildings of the Board of Education, Colonial Office, India Office, Foreign Office and Treasury all in the left hand corner of the illustration on the river side of Parliament Street will be noticed will be noticed New Scotland Yard, Montague House and the two bridges crossing the river are Lambeth and Westminster. To the right of the latter on the Surrey side are the different blocks of buildings composing St Thomas Hospital. Lambeth Palace will be seen nearer Lambeth Bridge. Westminster Bridge Road will be seen winding its way southward through the sea of houses passing near the large structure Bethlem Hospital. 22 May 1909, 4.30 pm. Balloon Corona. Date: 1909

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