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Images Dated 2012 January

Choose from 61 pictures in our Images Dated 2012 January collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Artistic Presentation of Flannel Flowers Featured January Image

Artistic Presentation of Flannel Flowers

Intricate beauty of emerging flower contrasts with a bud of Actinotus helianthi in soft focus. A common species of flowering plant native to the bushland around Sydney

© Wes Eggins

3 Attributes Genre And Style, Attractive, Aussie, Australia, Australian, Australian Flora, Background Black, Beautiful, Beauty, Black, Blossom, Botanical, Canvas Print, Color, Colour, Colour Image, Contrast, Corporate Décor, Daytime, Difference, Flora, Flower, Framed Print, Full Frame, Gift, Greeting Card, Home Décor, Horizontal, Jigsaw Puzzle, Landscape Format, Nature, New South Wales, No People, Nsw, Outdoors, Photo Mug, Photo Puzzle, Photography, Plant, Poster, Print, Soft Focus, Wall Art, Wes Eggins, White

13 Jan 2012 Featured January Image

13 Jan 2012

© Wes Eggins

3 Attributes Genre And Style, Attractive, Aussie, Australia, Australian, Australian Flora, Background Black, Beautiful, Beauty, Black, Blossom, Botanical, Canvas Print, Color, Colour, Colour Image, Contrast, Corporate Décor, Daytime, Difference, Flora, Flower, Framed Print, Full Frame, Gift, Greeting Card, Home Décor, Horizontal, Jigsaw Puzzle, Landscape Format, Nature, New South Wales, No People, Nsw, Outdoors, Photo Mug, Photo Puzzle, Photography, Plant, Poster, Print, Soft Focus, Wall Art, Wes Eggins, White

Willie wagtail perching on branch Featured January Image

Willie wagtail perching on branch

The Willie Wagtail is the largest, and most well-known, of the Australian fantails. The plumage is black above with a white belly. It can be distinguished from other similar-sized black and white birds by its black throat and white eyebrows and whisker marks. The name wagtail stems from the constant sideways wagging of the tail. Young birds resemble the adults, but have paler, slightly rusty edges to the feathers of the wings

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