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Images Dated 19th November 2008

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Choose from 32 pictures in our Images Dated 19th November 2008 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Little boats lying in the grass in front of Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower in the background, Lord Howe Island, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Australia, Tasman Sea, Pacific Featured 19 Nov 2008 Print

Little boats lying in the grass in front of Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower in the background, Lord Howe Island, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Australia, Tasman Sea, Pacific

© Michael Runkel

Australia, Australian, Beach, Beaches, Boat, Coast, Coastal Scene, Colour Image, Day, Famous, Geology, Island, Landmark, Landmarks, Lord Howe Island, Mount Gower, Mount Lidgbird, Outdoors, Outside, Pacific, Photography, Rock Formation, Row Boat, Scene, Scenery, Scenes, Scenic, Scenics, Sea, Tasman Sea, Travel, Travel Destination, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vertical, Water

Casco Antiguo, Santa Cruz quarter and Santa Barbara castle in background Featured 19 Nov 2008 Print

Casco Antiguo, Santa Cruz quarter and Santa Barbara castle in background

Casco Antiguo, Santa Cruz quarter and Santa Barbara castle in background, Alicante, Valencia province, Spain, Europe

© Guy Thouvenin

Alicante, Archeology, Architecture, Back Ground, Casco Antiguo, Castle, Color, Color Image, Colour, Eu, Europe, European, European Union, Hill, Hill Top, Historical, Historical Landmark, History, Horizontal, Land Mark, Low Angle View, Mediterranean, Out Doors, Out Side, Photography, Ruins, Santa Barbara Castle, Santa Cruz Quarter, South West Europe, Southern European, Spain, Spanish, Sunny, Sunshine, Tourist Attraction, Town, Travel, Travel Destinations, Valencia Province, Village