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Images Dated 2nd August 2014

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Choose from 410 pictures in our Images Dated 2nd August 2014 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.

Featured 2 Aug 2014 Print

A cross-country ski trail at Falls Creek

A cross-country ski trail at Falls Creek, perhaps Australia's premier cross-country ski area with an extensive network of trails. Falls Creek Alpine Resort, Alpine National Park, Victoria, Australia

Australian, High Country, No People, Path, Recreation, Route, Season, Ski Trail, Snow, Sport, Track, Trail, Trees, Victorian Alps, Winter, Winter Sports

Featured 2 Aug 2014 Print

Peron dunes planted with stabilising Spinifex, (Spinifex hirsutus)

© Copyright John Fairhall/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Australian, Beach, Clumping, Coast, Coastal, Dawn, Daybreak, Dunes, Golden, Grasses, Landscape, Light, Nature, Plants, Ripple, Sand, Sand Dunes, Sandy, Scenery, Scenic, Sunrise, Tasmanian, Tussocks

Featured 2 Aug 2014 Print

Crocus clams (Tridacna crocea)

Crocus clams (Tridacna crocea), Shell grows up to 15 cm long; the smallest of the giant clams. Prized for aquariums for their superb coloration. Orpheus Island National Park, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

© Copyright Dr David Wachenfeld/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Algae, Animal, Australian, Becomes Hermaphrodite, Biofilter, Bivalve, Bivalvia, Blue, Boring Giant Clam, Born As Male, Burrower, Cardiidae, Clam, Closeup, Colourful, Commensal, Crocus Clam, Detail, Dinoflagellates, Fauna, Filter Feeder, Giant, Great Barrier Reef Species, Green, Hermaphrodite, Hunted For Aquariums, Hunted For Food, Invertebrate, Marine, Mollusc, Mollusk, Mutualism, Mutually Beneficial, Nature, Part Of Animal, Partnership, Saffron Colored Giant Clam, Saffron Coloured Giant Clam, Sea Life, Smooth Shell, Symbiont, Symbiotic Relationship, Tridacna, Tridacnidae, Tropical, Underwater, Veneroida, Vibrant Colour, Wildlife, World Heritage Area, World Heritage Site, Zooxanthellae