The Neck of Bruny Island, South Eastern Coast of Tasmania, Australia
Bruny Island is an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, from which it is separated by the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. 'The Neck' connects the two halves of Bruny Island and is an important breeding site for short-tailed shearwater and fairy penguins. The seaward side of the island features two long beaches which are Adventure Bay and Cloudy Bay.
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Donald Campbell : Coniston Water 1958
DONALD CAMPBELL 1958: Donald Campbell (d.1967) surveys the windswept waters of Lake Coniston, where he is waiting for favourable conditions for his attempt in his jet-powered 'Bluebird' on his own world water speed record of 239.07mph. he hopes to achieve 250mph.
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Scotland, UK, satellite image
Scotland, UK. North is at top. Natural colour satellite image showing Scotland in the United Kingdom, with the surrounding territories shaded out. The UK consists of the island of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland (bottom left). Together these islands constitute the British Isles. Great Britain itself consists of Scotland (green), England (bottom right), and Wales (not seen). The Atlantic Ocean (blue, upper left), Irish Sea (blue, bottom centre), North Sea (blue, right) and Celtic Sea (not shown) surround the British Isles. Image compiled from data acquired by the LANDSAT 5 and 7 satellites, in 2000. Images highlighting all other regions of this country are available. For further information please
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