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Images Dated 2015

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Choose from 3608 pictures in our Images Dated 2015 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.


The mushroom cloud formed from the first hydrogen bomb explosion, code named Ivy Mike Featured 2015 Print

The mushroom cloud formed from the first hydrogen bomb explosion, code named Ivy Mike

The mushroom cloud formed from the first hydrogen bomb explosion, code named Ivy Mike, which destroyed the island of Elugelab in the Enewetak atoll. The United States tested 67 nuclear weapons during the period of the Cold War including Castle Bravo which was the largest nuclear test ever conducted. Marshall Islands, Micronesia

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Photochrom print of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco from ca. 1900 Featured 2015 Print

Photochrom print of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco from ca. 1900

Photochrom print of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco from ca. 1900 published as a postcard by the Detroit Publishing Company. The process involved creating a coloured image using a black and white photographic negative

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American, Bay, Coast, Fotochrom, High Angle View, Historic, Illustration, Lithograph, Photochrome, San Francisco, Seaside, Streetscape, Town, Uig, United States, Universal Images Group, Usa, Vintage

Prehistoric marine life of around 380 to 360 million years ago showing three carnivorous species Featured 2015 Print

Prehistoric marine life of around 380 to 360 million years ago showing three carnivorous species

Prehistoric marine life of around 380 to 360 million years ago showing three carnivorous species (Dunkleosteus, Stethacanthus, Cladoselache spp.). Dunkleosteus, the largest, dark grey fish, measured up to 10 m. The Stethacanthus shark had an anvil-shaped dorsal fin, and Cladoselache at upper right was another shark, sleek and swift, resembling the present-day mackerel sharks