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Images Dated 24th November 2008

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Platanthera chlorantha orchid Featured 24 Nov 2008 Print

Platanthera chlorantha orchid

Greater butterfly orchid (Platanthera chlorantha) flowers. Due to intense argriculture and over grazing by cattle, this plant is considered to be in decline (as of 2008). Greater butterfly orchids are in flower between May and July

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Angiosperm, Angiosperms, Biological, Biology, Botanical, Botany, Flora, Flower, Flowering, Flowers, Greater Butterfly Orchid, Nature, Orchid, Orchids, Plant, Platanthera Chlorantha, Rare, Rarity, Wild, Wild Flower

1940s Style, 20th Century, Articulated, Big Boy, Day, High Angle View, Illustration and Painting Featured 24 Nov 2008 Print

1940s Style, 20th Century, Articulated, Big Boy, Day, High Angle View, Illustration and Painting

1940s Style, 20th Century, Articulated, Big Boy, Day, High Angle View, Illustration and Painting, Innovation, Journey, Motion, No People, Non Urban Scene, Nostalgia, On The Move, Outdoors, Railway Track, Single Object, Speed, Steam Train, Technology, The Past, Transportation, Union Pacific Railroad, USA, Watercolour Painting, White Background, Horizontal, Dorling Kindersley Prints, 85594858

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Countermeasure wash down sprinklers activated on the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan Featured 24 Nov 2008 Print

Countermeasure wash down sprinklers activated on the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan

Pacific Ocean, November 24, 2008 - Countermeasure wash down sprinklers are activated as the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) transits through the Pacific Ocean at the conclusion of a fly-off for Carrier Air Wing 14. During the fly-off, the fixed-wing aircraft squadrons assigned to CVW-14 launched all of their available aircraft and flew them to their various homeports, leaving Ronald Reagan's flight deck virtually empty

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