Lighthouse of Cabo de Sao Vicente Sagres Costa Vicentina Algarve Portugal maritime navigation warning assistance avoidance beacon bright Cape St Vincent caution clarity cliffs coast coastal coastline communication danger dependable guidance guide hazardous hazard help horizon indicator landmark
hot weather heat warm sunny sunshine shade shady spot under tree blue sky woman adult person reads reading clear skies warm Tunbridge Wells Common Kent England UK United Kingdom sun summer scorching seated sitting heatwave wave sweltering escape from
A woman escapes the heat by picking a shady spot under a tree to read on a scorching hot day on Tunbridge Wells Common in Kent, England.
Line of M4 (Sherman) tanks, Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA, June 1942. In excess of 50, 000 Medium Tank M4 with gun mounted on revolving turret were produced in Word War II. Armament Vehicle Armoured American
Louisiana, New Orleans, Mississippi River, Canal Street Ferry, Algiers, Crescent City Connection Division, CCCD, ferryboat, public transportation, car ferry, ramp, disembark, boarding, woman, bicycle, pirate costume, uniform,
The Pyramid of Mankarae (Mycerinus in Greek), located on the Giza Plateau on the southwestern outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, is the smallest of the three Pyramids of Giza. It was built to serve as the tomb of the fourth dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Menkaurae. It was constructed of limestone and granite. Menkaurae's Pyramid had an original height of 65. 5 meters (218 feet). Menkaure was allegedly a much more benevolent Pharaoh than his predecessors were. According to legends related by Herodotus, he wrote the
Traction engines; steam; road locomotive; 1915; Burrell; Showman's engine; DW2120; Princess of Wales; No 5703; 6 nhp; David Ragsdale & Son; Retford; line-up; Carrington Rally; sunshine; blue sky; fair weather clouds
A line-up of steam traction engines at the 2010 Carrington Rally. Nearest the camera is the 1915 Burrell Showmans Road Locomotive " Princess of Wales" owned by Mr And Mrs David Ragsdale of Retford, Notts.
domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus), farm, utilized for their milk, meat, hair, skin and horns, pet, cloven hoofed, bucks or billies, does or nannies, offspring are kids, Castrated males are wethers, Goat meat is sometimes called chevon.,
David Young, house, home, castle, garden, landscape, Architecture, heritage, palace, mansion, landscaped gardens, park, Architecture, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, Duke of Marlborough, Sir Winston Churchill, Capability Brown, Baroque, Woodstock, World Heritage site, John Vanbrugh, The Water Terrace, , BEB136, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock,
Built 1932-33 by Eugenio Miozzi in wood replacing a 19th c iron bridge. In turn, this was replaced in 1986 by an exact replica of the 1930's bridge. it spans the Grand Canal; tourists relaxing in forground