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Images Dated 15th May 2004

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Choose from 151 pictures in our Images Dated 15th May 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.


A Condrieu vineyard that belongs to Andre Perret, across the street from his winery Featured 15 May 2004 Print

A Condrieu vineyard that belongs to Andre Perret, across the street from his winery

A Condrieu vineyard that belongs to Andre Perret. It has just been cleaned from bushes and trees and replanted with vines. Andre P'et A Perret, Chavanay, Rhone, France

© Per Karlsson / DanitaDelimont.com

Agriculture, Aoc, Chavanay, Condrieu, Countryside, Cropland, Cultivate, Cultivated, Danita Delimont, Enology, Europe, Farm, Farming, Farmland, Fertile, France, Grapevine, Grow, Growth, Hill, Hilltop, Horticulture, Incline, Landscape, Per Karlsson, Plantation, Planting, Production, Rhone, Rural, Scenic, Slope, Terrace, Terraced, Vine, Vineyard, Viniculture, Vinifera, Vista, Viticulture, Vitis Vinifera, Wine

Chelsea V Leeds Featured 15 May 2004 Print

Chelsea V Leeds

Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri thanks Chelsea supporters after their Barclaycard Premiership match against Leeds United at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, London Saturday May 15 2004. THIS PICTURE CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AN EDITORIAL FEATURE. NO WEBSITE/INTERNET USE UNLESS SITE IS REGISTERED WITH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION PREMIER LEAGUE

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

Red Goshawk - in flight. Largest Australian goshawk. Rare and vulnerable Featured 15 May 2004 Print

Red Goshawk - in flight. Largest Australian goshawk. Rare and vulnerable

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Red Goshawk - in flight. Largest Australian goshawk. Rare and vulnerable.
At Mataranka, Northern Territory, Australia
Erythrotriorchis radia
Found throughout north and north-eastern Australia but a very scarce bird much sought after by twitchers. Appears to prefer undisturbed forest or woodland with a billabong or wet area nearby
Latin can also be Accipiter radia
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Don Hadden/ardea.com