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Images Dated 17th September 2007

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Australia - Balls pyramid Featured 17 Sep 2007 Print

Australia - Balls pyramid

JPF-9127
Australia - Ball's pyramid
Lord Howe Island, Mt. Lidgbird & Mt Gower covered by clouds.
An erosional remnant of a shield volcano & caldera formed 7 million years ago. 551 meters high. A sea stack in the Tasman Sea, part of the Lord Howe Island Marine Park. Largest sea stack in the world.
Jean Paul Ferrero
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© Jean-Paul Ferrero/ardea.com

Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal) celebrates scoring the 1st Arsenal goal with Kolo Toure Featured 17 Sep 2007 Print

Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal) celebrates scoring the 1st Arsenal goal with Kolo Toure

Emmanuel Adebayor (Arsenal) celebrates scoring the 1st Arsenal goal with Kolo Toure, Robin van Persie and Mathieu Flamini. Tottenham Hotspur 1:3 Arsenal. FA Barclays Premier League. White Hart Lane, 15/9/07. Credit: Arsenal Football Club / Stuart MacFarlane

© Arsenal Football Club PLC. All Rights Reserved.

The City Of God Of St Augustine After A 15Th Century Engraving Featured 17 Sep 2007 Print

The City Of God Of St Augustine After A 15Th Century Engraving

The City Of God Of St Augustine After A 15Th Century Engraving. The Upper Enclosure Represents Saints Who Have Been Received Into Heaven. The Seven Enclosures Below Show Those Preparing Themselves For Heaven By Exercising Christian Virtues, Or Who Are Excluding Themselves By Committing One Or Other Of The Seven Capital Sins From Science And Literature In The Middle Ages By Paul Lacroix Published London 1878

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