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Just Before the War with the Eskimos


Images of the United States in 1940 from an article on the use of aerial photography in the war The rest of these images are in colour and as a bonus... The 1939-40 NY Worlds Fair in colour!

Just Before the War with the Eskimos

Omagh, Northern Ireland


Omagh, Northern Ireland is brought to you by: Jamie and others

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Handprints on a Post Box

author: Jamie : Omagh, Northern Ireland
Monday, June 24th, 2002


 

Handprints on a Post Box

author: Jamie : Omagh, Northern Ireland


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omagh, county tyrone, northern ireland , county fermanagh, northern ireland



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City Escape and Escapade

City Escape and Escapade Saturday 30 July 2005, 12.30 – 8.30pm, ICA Theatre One-day symposium hosted by the London Consortium Curated by Louise Höjer and Ricarda Vidal The city is often regarded as a concrete, hectic jungle from which it is difficult to...

City Escape and Escapade

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Just Bee


The trees are in blossom and the bees are making the most of it. These guys were about an inch (2.5cm) long. The pics are not so great, but it was nice seeing the bees going about their business.

Just Bee

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