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Images Dated 2009 December

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Choose from 57 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 December 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 Neck of Bruny Island, South Eastern Coast of Tasmania, Australia Featured December Print

The Neck of Bruny Island, South Eastern Coast of Tasmania, Australia

Bruny Island is an island off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, from which it is separated by the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. 'The Neck' connects the two halves of Bruny Island and is an important breeding site for short-tailed shearwater and fairy penguins. The seaward side of the island features two long beaches which are Adventure Bay and Cloudy Bay

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Ross Bridge, Ross, Central Tasmania, Australia Featured December Print

Ross Bridge, Ross, Central Tasmania, Australia

Ross Bridge is an historic bridge in the town of Ross in central Tasmania, Australia which crosses the Macquarie River. It was completed in July 1836 and was designed by architect John Lee Archer, with the convict work team including two stonemasons, James Colbeck and Daniel Herbert

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Australian's Iconic Brolga Crane Featured December Print

Australian's Iconic Brolga Crane

A brolga showing how it lives in its environment. There are a number of traditional Aboriginal legends and dances are associated with the bird, and use movements that mimick their graceful performances. The name Brolga is taken from the Aboriginal language Gamilaraay, in which they are called, burralga.
Brolgas are one of Australia's largest flying birds ? they stand a metre tall and have a wing span up to 2.4 metres