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Images Dated 31st May 2011

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Choose from 65 pictures in our Images Dated 31st May 2011 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Science Photo Library.

The Nile, artwork Featured 31 May 2011 Print

The Nile, artwork

The Nile. Computer artwork showing the course of the river Nile (lower centre) from its source at Lake Victoria (blue, lower centre), to its delta (reddish brown, centre) where it meets the Mediterranean Sea (blue, upper left and centre). The river's flood plain (reddish brown) can be seen along its length and the Red Sea can also be seen at lower right


Worlds tallest buildings, artwork Featured 31 May 2011 Print

Worlds tallest buildings, artwork

World's tallest buildings. Computer artwork showing 10 of the tallest buildings in the world. From left to right: Burj Khalifa, Dubai; Tapei 101, Taipei, Taiwan; Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai, China; International Commerce Center, Hong Kong; Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Nanjing Greenland Financial Center, Nanjing, China; Willis Tower (Sears Tower), Chicago, USA; Guangzhou International Finance Centre, Guangzhou, China; Trump International Hotel and Tower, Chicago, USA; Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai, China

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Seashore rock pool Featured 31 May 2011 Print

Seashore rock pool

Rock pool with the green form of snakelocks anemones (Anemonia sulcata). Each anemone has a squat sucker like base from which about 170 wavy green tentacles with purple tops grow. These tentacles are not fully retractile. The tentacles are covered in stinging cells, which penetrate the skin of the prey after which they are conveyed to the mouth