Calcite; Crystals; Barytes; Calcium Carbonate; Nailhead Spar; Nail head Spar; Spar; Limestone; Coal Measures; Carboniferous; Pennines; Cumbria; UK
Mineral deposits from a hydrothermal vein in Carboniferous rocks in Cumbria, Northern England. The nailhead spar calcite, is sited upon Barytes (off white plate like crystals). The specimen is 10 centimetres wide.
Bastei; Bastei Rocks; Saxony; Swiss Saxony; Elbe Mountains; Germany; National Park; Landmark; Landmarks; tourism; Sandstone; Sedimentary; Autumn; Woodland; Tree; Trees; River Valley; River; River Elbe; Elbe, Mesa; table mountain; Tourists
The Bastei rocks is a popular tourist destination in a national park. It is a high standing region, due to the resistance to weathering of the local sandstone and is located to the SW of Dresden. Included in this photo is a viewing gallery with tourists enjoying the view.
The Lille Road; Lille Gate; Ramparts; Moat; Ieper; Ypres; Wipers; The Salient; Western Front; 1914-1918; Flanders; Belgium; night; Low light; trees; silhouettes; silhouette
night view looking south west over the moat from South East Bastion of the Ypres Ramparts. Just in view, on the right of the picture, is the Lille gate with the Lille Road running across the moat. The silhouettes of bare trees are reflected in the moat as are the street lights.
Red Admiral; Red Admiral; Vanessa atalanta; Butterfly; Butterflies; Commonwealth War Graves Commission; CWGC; Tyne Cot Cemetery; Australian; War Graves; War Grave; The Salient; Western Front; 1914-1918; Battlefields; Battlefield; Flanders; Belgium; IPSV2597; IPSV2590; IPSV2567
Red Admiral Butterfly (Vanessa atalanta), resting on the grave stone of 5673 W Charters of the 10th Battalion Australian Infantry, in Tyne Cot Cemetery near Ypres in Belgium. The cap badge, behind the butterfly, is that of the Australian Infantry during WW1.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission; CWGC; Menin Gate; Memorial to the Missing; Menin Road; Ramparts; Moat; Ieper; Ypres; Wipers; The Salient; Western Front; 1914-1918; Flanders; Belgium; night; Low Light
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing. Photo, taken at night from the south east bank of the moat, is an external view. The monument is illuminated.