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Images Dated 2019 November

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Choose from 78 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 November 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 wreck of the 'Maheno' once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief Featured November Print

The wreck of the 'Maheno' once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief

The wreck of the 'Maheno' once a luxury passenger ship that came to grief in June 1935. The wreck was used for bombing practice during World War II. Maheno Beach is part of Seventy-Five Mile Beach. Great Sandy National Park, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia

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Headstones in Cemetery Reserve in Kingston and Arthur's Vale Featured November Print

Headstones in Cemetery Reserve in Kingston and Arthur's Vale

Headstones in Cemetery Reserve in Kingston and Arthur's Vale. The cemetery has been in use since about 1798 and the gravestones bear witness to convict revolts and the lifestyle, hardships and tragedies of the island's early inhabitants including the Pitcairn Islanders who settled here in 1856. Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, Australia

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Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of Featured November Print

Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of

Emily Bay and an isolated Norfolk Island pine on Point Hunter at a southern tip of the island. Protected by a reef just off the Lone Pine Headland the bay is the island's safest swimming area. Once called Turtle Bay it was possibly renamed after a young Emily who died there between May 1803 and June 1804. Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, Australia

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