James John Trevor Lawrence, 2nd Baronet (c1832-?) English doctor and horticulturalist, known in horiticultural circles as Sir Trevor Lawrence. Studied medicine at St Bartholemew's Hospital, London. Spent ten years in the Indian Medical Service. President of the Royal Horticultural Society for many years. One of his hobbies was breeding Orchids and he is holding a bunch of them in his hands. Cartoon by 'Spy' (Leslie Ward, 1851-1922) from Vanity Fair (London, 26 January 1899). Chromolithograph.
Killing Birds of Paradise, New Guinea, 1908. The European hunter has a gun, while the native is proving himself proficient with his bow and arrow. The fashion in millinery which demanded ladies' hats be adorned with the feathers of these exotic birds led to some species being hunted to near extinction. From Le Petit Journal, (Paris, 8 November 1908).
Canada, Ontario, Toronto, Bremner Boulevard, Rogers Centre, center, Blue Jays Major League Baseball team, professional sports, outside stadium, game day, crowd, arriving fans, Asian, Black, woman, girl, teen, posing, take picture, digital camera,
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens; Kensington Gardens; Peter Pan; J.M.Barrie; Arthur Rackham; illustrations; 1906; 1st edition; first edition; children's storybook; children's story; fairies; The Little White Bird; London; London parks; The Broad Walk; The Serpentine; The Baby Walk; goblins; These tricky fairies sometimes slyly change the board on a ball night
Henri Farman (1874-1958), French aviator and aircraft constructor, in his Voisin biplane winning Archdeacon Deutsch prize for first circular l kilometre flight, Paris, 13 January 1908. From series of postcards on flying machines published c1910. Chromolithograph
HISTAT, Europe; Austria; Vienna; Belvedere Palace; baroque; built by Prince Eugene of Savoy between 1697 and 1723; architect was Johann Lukas Von Hildebrandt; Johann Lukas Von Hildebrandt; Prince Eugene of Savoy; Architecture; architectural; palace; Schloss; statue
Joseph George Collins Haddon, Argent Archer of Kensington, a painted photograph of the 1890's, Argent Archer, Kensington, Victorian photographer, hand painted photograph, unretouched, portrait, Victorian, hand painted, Argent Archer is understood to have died in 1932 so on the basis of copyright being the life of the author plus 70 years Mr Argent's copyright should have expired in 2002; old picture; 19th Century; coloured portrait; colored portrait
Elephant Mamalia Proboscidea Elephantidae Loxodonta Africana African largest living land animal massive body large head short baby neck pillar-like legs trunk snout long flexible trunk sloping forehead hollow back herds bull cow matriarch purr rumble stomachs tusks trumpet gregarious matrilineal society Southern Africa Transvaal Ingwe National Park reserve see view safari Southern Hemisphere BIG FIVE Mpumalanga Kruger Park Lodge travel family calves 2010 soccer football world-cup Rainbow Nation surprisingly gentle giant swift to anger if alarmed sociable intelligent matriarchal groups complex social structure range of habitats Savannah woodland desert montane forest safari see view FIFA BIG FIVE suffered from ivory poaching and activities of war protected endangered culling programmes
Fountain; Camino de Santiago; Road to Santiago; Route to Santiago; Way of Saint James; Navarrete; La Rioja province; Spain; Vertical; Shell; Shape; Scallop; Symbol; Symbolic; Village; Town; Pilgrimage route; Pilgrimage routes; Stone
Fountain of Camino de Santiago. Navarrete. La Rioja province. Spain.
Holidaymakers on the beach at Torremolinos Mediterranean Sea; Costa del Sol; Spain; Med Summer fun on the beach; sand sandy person people enjoy enjoyment lifestyle life-style li; sunny; sunshine; summer; holiday; vacation; destination; destinations; Andalucia; Andalusia; Spanish; Europe; European; tourist; tourism; colour; color; colourful; colorful; colourful; hotels and apartment blocks accommodation Torremolinos Costa del; photo by Jack Cox Travel Pics Pro