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Images Dated 9th September 2005

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Wild flower blows in the wind heralding the start of spring in the southern hemisphere on the Featured 9 Sep 2005 Image

Wild flower blows in the wind heralding the start of spring in the southern hemisphere on the

Wild flower blows in the wind heralding the start of spring in the southern hemisphere on the Cape West Coast north of Cape Town. A wild flower blows in the wind, heralding the start of spring in the southern hemisphere, on the Cape West Coast north of Cape Town September 9, 2005. For a few short weeks after the spring rains the normally arid area is carpeted with flowers, drawing droves of tourists to the region to witness the colourful spectacle. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings - RP6DRMZYDNAC

Sea kayaks on the beach in Linaria. Kalymnos island, Dodecanese Islands, Greece Featured 9 Sep 2005 Image

Sea kayaks on the beach in Linaria. Kalymnos island, Dodecanese Islands, Greece

© FREDRIK NORRSELL / DANITA DELIMONT, AGENT

Beach, Coast, Danita Delimont, Dodecanese Islands, Fredrik Norrsell, Greece, Hillside, History, House, Kalymnos Island, Kayak, Linaria, Sea Kayak

Abdominal bones, 3-D CT scan Featured 9 Sep 2005 Image

Abdominal bones, 3-D CT scan

Abdominal bones, coloured 3-D computer tomography (CT) scan. The lower part of the ribcage is in upper frame, with the pelvis in lower frame. They are connected by the spine, which runs down centre. The spine is made up of block-shaped bones called vertebrae. At the base of the pelvis is the bladder (red oval). The bladder is full of urine, which is seen as the patient was given an intravenous contrast medium to highlight structures on an X-ray. The contrast medium is excreted in urine. One kidney is seen at centre right (branched structure). Urine drains from the kidney to the bladder through a ureter. CT scans use X-rays to build up an image of body structures

© MIRIAM MASLO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY