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Smoke from factory
1178-19706 - Smoke from factory
Smoke stacks
1178-19947 - Smoke stacks
Smoke from factory
1178-19704 - Smoke from factory
Smoke from factory
1178-19707 - Smoke from factory
Smoke from factory
1178-19705 - Smoke from factory
Smoke stacks
1178-19946 - Smoke stacks
Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
800-2090 - Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
800-2092 - Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
800-2091 - Ozone bar (highest in the world) in Ritz Carlton inside ICC, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Asia
Oil refinery on fire on an island in the Arabian Gulf. United Arab Emirates.
1036-251 - Oil refinery on fire on an island in the Arabian Gulf. United Arab Emirates.
Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
979-5046 - Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
979-5044 - Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
979-5045 - Vernadsky Research Base (Akademik Vernadsky) is an Ukrainian Antarctic Station at Marina Point on Galindez Island in the Argentine Islands, Antarctica. The station was established by the British Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey as Base F or "Argentine Islands" on Winter Island in 1947. The base was renamed Faraday Station in August 1977 in honour of British scientist Michael Faraday. Ukraine took over the operation of the base in February 1996. The Ukrainian Antarctic Center continue a programme of meteorology, upper atmospheric physics, geomagnetism, ozone, seismology, glaciology, ecology, biology and physiology research. No model or property releases available for this image.
A hotel leisure swimming pool in Ambleside UK
911-86 - A hotel leisure swimming pool in Ambleside UK
girl 13 girl 18 sitting on dock together with feet in lake
817-188562 - girl 13 girl 18 sitting on dock together with feet in lake
sisters 13 and 18 yrs laying on dock together
817-188577 - sisters 13 and 18 yrs laying on dock together
sisters 13 and 18 yrs sitting on dock together
817-188582 - sisters 13 and 18 yrs sitting on dock together
girl 13 with girl 18 together on dock looking out at lake
817-188566 - girl 13 with girl 18 together on dock looking out at lake
Easyjet airbus landing
817-76595 - Easyjet airbus landing
ANTARCTICA  South Pole Three figures launching a balloon to measure amounts of ozone in the air at various altitudes.   US Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
797-858 - ANTARCTICA South Pole Three figures launching a balloon to measure amounts of ozone in the air at various altitudes. US Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
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