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Images Dated 4th October 2005

Choose from 47 pictures in our Images Dated 4th October 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


A man does a handstand on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali Featured 4 Oct 2005 Print

A man does a handstand on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali

A man does a handstand on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali October 4, 2005. Police in Indonesia said on Tuesday they had questioned dozens of people in a widening hunt for the masterminds of suicide bombs that killed 22 people on the holiday island of Bali, but had so far made no arrests. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside - RP2DSFHPOYAD

A tetrahedron wind direction indicator Featured 4 Oct 2005 Print

A tetrahedron wind direction indicator

At the Twentynine Palms Airport, a tetrahedron wind direction indicator stands operational after being restored. The device was used at Condor Field during World War II to aid glider pilots in landing, and was neglected for more than 60 years

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Airfield, Airport, Architecture, California, Color Image, Condor Field, Day, Device, Direction, Horizontal, Instrument, Military, No People, Outdoors, Photography, Pyramid, Single Object, Tetrahedron, Twentynine Palms, Weather Vane, Wind, Wind Cone, Windsock

Euro / Red Wallaroo - Inhabits dry rocky areas of inland and western Australia Featured 4 Oct 2005 Print

Euro / Red Wallaroo - Inhabits dry rocky areas of inland and western Australia

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Euro / Red Wallaroo - Inhabits dry rocky areas of inland and western Australia
Marble Bar, Western Australia
Macropus robustus erubescens
This subspecies erubescens is known as Euro or Red Wallaroo and the eastern subspecies robustus is called Grey Wallaroo. This is a wild animal seen at the back of the tennis courts on the outskirts of Marble Bar, Western Australia. They feed in the evening and at night and rarely drink water. It had been resting in the shade of a huge tree but quickly disappeared into open spinifex country when it realised it had been seen.
Don Hadden
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