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Images Dated 31st August 2019

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Crown woodnymph (Thalurania colombica) Featured 31 Aug 2019 Print

Crown woodnymph (Thalurania colombica)

Crown woodnymph (Thalurania colombica), male. Female is green all over but for a grey throat and breast. Rancho Naturalista, Turrialba, Costa Rica

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Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the ‘Bay of Fires walk Featured 31 Aug 2019 Print

Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the ‘Bay of Fires walk

Abbotsbury Beach at southern end of the Bay of Fires walk, with foam and silt on beach as result of severe floods in northeastern Tasmania discharging fresh water into the sea. Bay of Fires, northeastern Tasmania, Australia

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The Pinnacles Desert Featured 31 Aug 2019 Print

The Pinnacles Desert

The Pinnacles Desert, limestone monoliths. No one knows just how the limestone pillars were formed, or why they have formed only here and a few other places. Certainly they came from deep down in sand formed of broken-down shells that was cemented by rain into limestone. Fire possibly removed the vegetation that had held the surface together, so that wind gradually uncovered the pillars. Nambung National Park, Western Australia

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