People and Places, Dallington, Ayrshire, Malcolm Robertson, Sculpture, Art, Corten, Burnished Steel, Public Art, Book, Inscription, Story of the Village, Forest of Galloway, Scotland, great Britain, United Kingdom, UK, GB,
Louisiana, New Orleans, downtown, Canal Street, Festival of India, Rath Yatra, Hare Krishna, Hinduism, Eastern religion, festival, parade, procession, Asian, woman, traditional dress, sari, rope, pulling, chariot,
Mine ventilation. Hollow wooden drum, top, which had two blowholes opposite each other on the circumference, C, one to suck in air and one to expel it as the drum rotated. Inside the drum, fixed to axle on which it rotated, were fans made of wood or of wood and goose quills. HHHH are rods attached to the axle and which acted as a flywheel. Hollow box, bottom, similar to the drum above, but not considered to be as efficient. From De re metallica, by Agricola, pseudonym of Georg Bauer (Basle, 1556). Woodcut.
Second French Madagascar expedition 1894-1895 which completed French conquest of the island. Native royal princesses preaching Holy War. From 'Le Petit Journal', Paris, 9 December 1894. France, Colonialism
eagle; Haliaeetus leucocephalus; bald eagle; bird of prey; raptor; predator; feathers; beak; talons; claws; white; national symbol; USA; United States; hunter; hunting; flight; animal; bird; wildlife; nature; sea; ocean; symbolic; power; balance; This image is also available as a tiff file at 300dpi
Canada, Ontario, Toronto, University of Toronto, St. George Street, campus, higher learning, education, public university, Morrison Hall, residential high rise, building, student, undergraduate, housing, residence, Asian, woman, Muslim, school,
Spectacular production at the Hippodrome, Paris, reminiscent of a Roman circus in the time of Nero. Lion tamer posing with three lions. From 'Le Petit Journal, Paris, 23 May 1891. France, Entertainment
Falls; Long Exposure; Water; Movement; Flow; River Dunsop; River Hodder; Dunsop Bridge; Forest of Bowland; Centre of England; Trough of Bowland; Lancashire; North West England; UK; Spring; Countryside; Outdoors
Pompey (Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus), Pompey the Great 106 BC ? 48 BC, military and political leader of the late Roman Republic. established himself in the ranks of Roman nobility by successful leadership in several campaigns
Louisiana, New Orleans, Mississippi River, Canal Street Ferry, Algiers, CCCD, Crescent City Connection bridge, ferryboat, navigation, public transportation, car ferry, onboard, man, woman, girl, child, family, mother, father, daughter, railing,
East cliff, east beach, beach, Chesil beach, West Bay, Dorset, UK, Jurassic Coast, people, holiday, holidays, holidaymakers, travel, tourism, heritage, coast, coastal, seascape, shore
West Bay, formerly known as Bridport Harbour, is situated approximately two miles from the centre of Bridport on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England, and is at the confluence of the River Brit. It has a fairly small harbour, two piers and two beaches. The east beach is part of the Chesil Beach. West Bay and Chesil Beach make up part of the Jurassic Coast world heritage site, a title that has been much vaunted locally since it was conferred by UNESCO on the beautiful and varied geography of the southern coast.
Ancient Egyptian hunting wildfowl with a throwing stick. Picture shows Papyrus reed bed with fish and birds. Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus), the paper reed, which was used to produce papyrus, the Egyptian writing material. Tomb of Nebamum or Nebmum, 18th Dynasty. 14th century BC. Wall painting. British Museum, London.
Perseus Holding the Head of Medusa' sketch after eighteenth century Italian Baroque painter Francesco Solimena. In Greek legend Perseus was son of Zeus and Danae legendary founder of Mycenae and rescuer of Andromeda.
Angel summoning the shepherds of the Nativity. From 16th century Book of Hours. Angel, messenger of God, on cloud from which come shafts of holy light,appears to the amazed shepherds, one of whom is playing bagpipes.
Another Place; Waves; Motion; Movement; Ripples; Breakers; Crosby; Waterloo; River Mersey; Anthony Gormley; Statues; Sand; castings; Figures; Public Art; metal; Coast; seaside; Beach; Art; Installation; North West; UK