Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905: Surprise attack by Japanese battleships on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur (Lushun) 8 February 1904, battle inconclusive. Naval Bombardment Warship Transport Screw Steamer Japanese
Chinese sport; school sports; sports day; running; athletics; track and field; athletic stadium; football stadium; school kids; Number 6 Middle School; 5000 students; enthusiastic; supporters; crowds; olympic flavour; olympic motto; happy; cheering; competitive; noisy; colourful; well organised; Xiamen; Fujian; China
Kestrel, Animals, Wildlife, Birds, Parkgate, Birds of prey, Falco Tinnunculus, Commonest falcon, resident all over Britain and Ireland, Habitat open or wooded areas, farmlandmoors, wetlands, Urban areas
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Normandy, France, Europe, Mont St Michel from Avranches, Saint Michael's Mount, town, French towns, island, winding river, holiday, vacation, leisure, travel, mist, haze, misty, hazy, landscape, landscapes, country, countryside, autumn 2004
Italy, Italia, Europe, Europa, Northern Italy, North Italy, Italian Lakes, Lake Como, Lago di Como, holiday, vacation, resort, tourist attraction, tourism, scenic, landscape, David Young, scenery, Lombardy, Lombardia, Bellagio, car ferry, harbour, terminal, mooring, lakeshore, lakefront, transport, traghetto, public transport, mountains, hills, Varenna
Bolventor church, Cornwall, gravestone, inscription, UK
Inscription on a Gravestone at Bolventor Churchyard, Cornwall, UK O Death where is thy sting? O Grave where is thy victory? (Believe this is from Corinthians). Daphne du Maurier, a former resident, chose Bolventor as the setting for her novel about Cornish smugglers titled Jamaica Inn. The church is now closed.