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Images Dated 28th March 2005

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Choose from 45 pictures in our Images Dated 28th March 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Soldier crabs scuttle across the sand during low tide at Quibray Bay in the south of Sydney Featured 28 Mar 2005 Print

Soldier crabs scuttle across the sand during low tide at Quibray Bay in the south of Sydney

Soldier crabs scuttle across the sand during low tide at Quibray Bay about 20 kilometres (13 miles) south of Sydney March 28, 2005. Thousands of these crabs make their home in the wetlands nature reserve located between Sydney's International Airport and an oil refinery. Photograph taken on March 28, 2005. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/DH - RP6DRNASWYAB

ROG-11695 Mass of Bermuda buttercup, (single and double forms) taking over cultivated terraces Featured 28 Mar 2005 Print

ROG-11695 Mass of Bermuda buttercup, (single and double forms) taking over cultivated terraces

ROG-11695
Mass of Bermuda buttercup, (single and double forms) taking over cultivated terraces
Introduced from South Africa to Chios, Greece.
Oxalis pes-caprae
Bob Gibbons
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© Bob Gibbons/ardea.com

Agriculture, Butter Cup, Butter Cups, Crop, Crops, Cultivated, Cultivation, Europe, European, Farming, Flower, Flowers, Greece, Introduced, Introduced Species, Invasive, Miispecies, Olive, Olive Grove, Olives, Orchard, Oxalis Pes Caprae, Pest, Pests, Pla Nts, Plant, Terraces, Tree, Yellow

White Sands in the Tularosa Basi Featured 28 Mar 2005 Print

White Sands in the Tularosa Basi

TD-1861
White Sands in the Tularosa Basi
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, USA.
The glistening dunes of White Sands in the Tularosa Basin are not sand, but fine gypsum, deposited on an ancient seabed 250 million years ago. Gypsum, a form of calcium sulfate, is water soluble and washes away. But geological forces here created a basin with no outlet.
Thomas Dressler
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© Thomas Dressler/ardea.com