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Images Dated 2011 July

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Choose from 105 pictures in our Images Dated 2011 July 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 July Print

Storm clouds, breaking waves and wet rocks

Ominous sky, powerful surf and rugged rocks, all shades of grey at Avoca Beach, a coastal suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, about 95 kilometres north of Sydney

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Featured July Print

Female Weta (Hemideina crassidens)

Female Wellington Tree Weta, Hemideina crassidens an insect endemic to New Zealand of the order Orthoptera which includes, crickets, katydids and grasshoppers. Females exhibit smaller heads and mandibles in comparison to males and also have a distinctive ovipositor or egg laying tube

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Featured July Print

Anna Creek Painted Hills Outstanding Beauty

A rocky outcrop of large and small hills, which emerge suddenly out of a flat, desert landscape. The hills are approximately 20 kilometres x 18 kilometres in size. It is believed that the Anna Creek Painted Hills are the leftover effects of 50 million years of climate change, with the climate going from glacial to wet and semi-tropical over million of years.
The changing colours of the hills are believed to be a result of oxidisation. The deep red is due to the oxidation of iron in the rocks, while the white sections are where iron has leached away

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