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August Gallery

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Choose from 29 pictures in our August collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ravenhill Stadium Fine Art - Ulster Rugby Union Featured August Print

Ravenhill Stadium Fine Art - Ulster Rugby Union

Ravenhill Stadium (known as the Kingspan Stadium for sponsorship reasons) is a rugby stadium located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is the home of Ulster Rugby. With the opening of a new stand for the 2014 Heineken Cup quarter-final against Saracens on 5 April 2014, the capacity of the stadium is now 18,196. The stadium is owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union

© SPORTS STADIA ART

People-Presley-Graceland Featured August Print

People-Presley-Graceland

photo taken 01 August 1985 shows Graceland, the Elvis Presley mansion in Memphis, Tennessee. Lisa-Marie Presley, the daughter of the rock legend, celebrated her 30th birthday 01 February and "finally inherited some 205 million US dollars from her father's estate," according to a British newspaper report 31 January. Lisa-Marie, who was due to inherit the estate, which includes the property, when she was 25, left the control to her mother Priscilla for the past five years due to the latter's successful handling of the Elvis Presley Enterprises and the famous mansion. Eds note: Photo available only in black and white. / AFP PHOTO / JIM REID

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Part of Saturns ring system Featured August Print

Part of Saturns ring system

Computer-processed picture of part of Saturn's ring system, showing the Encke Division, a narrow gap 320 kilometres wide located in the outer part of Saturn's A ring. In the centre of the gap is a small multiple ringlet. On the left are bright rings which become closer together further out from Saturn; they are interpreted as the crests of a spiral density wave which is moving outwards in Saturn's rings. The picture was obtained by the Voyager spacecraft mission to Saturn & computer enhanced at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California

© NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY