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Images Dated 1st June 2004

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Choose from 161 pictures in our Images Dated 1st June 2004 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.

Stonechat - Male in summer plumage, with spider in bill while perched on the tip of dry sedge Featured 1 Jun 2004 Print

Stonechat - Male in summer plumage, with spider in bill while perched on the tip of dry sedge

Montagu's Harrier - food pass in flight
Extremadura - Spain - April
Circus pygargus
sequence 4 of 5 - The male (grey bird) has dropped the food (in this case a bird) to the female below - Whilst the female is looking after their chicks the male will catch the food and she will fly up towards him to recieve it as he drops it to her - The complete food pass lasted no more than a couple of seconds
George Reszeter
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© George Reszeter

KEL-1468 Featured 1 Jun 2004 Print


HEMATITE, Var. Turgite - An important iron Ore. Fe2 O3
Ray, Pinal County, Arizona, USA
Ken Lucas

© Ken Lucas /

America, American, Geology, Hamatite, Iron, Metal, Metals, Metals And Minerals, North America, North American, United States

Woodcut of mandrake root Featured 1 Jun 2004 Print

Woodcut of mandrake root

Mandrake root. Coloured woodcut of the root of a mandrake plant, Mandragora autumnalis, once widely used for narcotic and medicinal purposes. The root of the plant is shown as a man. The mandrake is a perennial plant native to the Mediterranean region. Its long taproot was once thought to resemble a human; it was believed that the root would scream when pulled from the ground, deafening the collector. The root contains hysocamine, scopolamine and mandragorin. Its effect when taken is to cause hallucinations followed by sleep and possibly death. Image taken from John Gerard's Herbal of the 16th century