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Images Dated 2018 April

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Choose from 37 pictures in our Images Dated 2018 April 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.


Qantas cabin bag - a collectors item Featured April Print

Qantas cabin bag - a collectors item

An original 1960s vinyl cabin bag bearing the QANTAS airline logo - "The Flying Kangaroo". Australia's flag-bearing airline, QANTAS is the third oldest airline in the world

© Wes Eggins

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Traditional historical Chinese town Featured April Print

Traditional historical Chinese town

Photo of a traditional street of a old Chinese town, the street uses colorful Chinese old style umbrellas as decoration, making the sunlight beautiful.
Photo taken in Anren Ancient Town, 41 km from Chengdu, is a famed town with 27 mansions (more than Nanjing) built during the period of the Republic of China. There are well-preserved historical streets lined with diverse architectures in both eastern and western style.
Photo taken in Anren town, Chengdu city, Sichuan Province, China; photo taken on 29/04/2018

© Shan,Shihan 2014

Large, wild male Koala hanging in eucalyptus tree, Magnetic Island Featured April Print

Large, wild male Koala hanging in eucalyptus tree, Magnetic Island

Koalas are portrayed as cute and cuddly animals, however wild koalas should not be handled or approached. They have large sharp claws for climbing trees and can attack if handled. Koalas have been associated in popular culture to the modern myth or hoax of the Drop Bear. The Drop Bear is described as a large, predatory marsupial related to the Koala that attacks by dropping on people as they walk below. Magnetic Island is 5 km offshore from Townsville in North Queensland. It has a large and healthy wild Koala population. Photograph was taken on the Forts walk which is a good area for spotting wild Koalas. Koalas are an herbivorous marsupial and spend most of their life in eucalyptus trees sleeping and eating. They are often found slouched in tree branches

© Andrew Merry