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Cultivated Gallery

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Choose from 620 pictures in our Cultivated collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Union Workhouse, Wincanton, Somerset Featured Print

Union Workhouse, Wincanton, Somerset

The Wincanton Union workhouse, Somerset, with extensive vegetable gardens in front which were cultivated by the workhouse inmates. The workhouse opened in 1838 and was designed by George Wilkinson. It later became an old people's home known as Town View

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10418703

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Rangoon creeper or Chinese honeysuckle in Tiberuis in Galilee Featured Print

Rangoon creeper or Chinese honeysuckle in Tiberuis in Galilee

Israel, Tiberius, Rangoon creeper or Chinese honeysuckle, Combretum indicum, on the gardens of a hotel in Tiberius in Israel. It is native to Asia but is widely cultivated elsewhere. In Asia, it is used in herbal medicine to treat parasitic worms

© Jon G Fuller / Eye Ubiquitous

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The Moray Ampitheatre in Peru - abstract visualisation 2 Featured Print

The Moray Ampitheatre in Peru - abstract visualisation 2

Moray Ampitheatre, Peru - 12 May 2018 This mysterious set of terraces is actually a masterpiece of ancient Incan agronomy. It is located on a plateau to the NW of Cuzco. Recent research shows that it was constructed in such a way as to simulate Peruvian microclimates and test how these should best be planted with food crops. The concentric shapes in the ampitheatre are so abstract that I decided to post-process, fold and overlay them to produce these surreal images

© Jon Bower at Apexphotos