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Great Tit (Parus major), adult standing in the snow, Campania, Italy
860-287723 - Great Tit (Parus major), adult standing in the snow, Campania, Italy
Crested Tit (Lophophanes cristatus) on Pine tree, La-Palud-sur-Verdon, Verdon Regional Nature Park, Alpes de Haute Provence, France
860-287145 - Crested Tit (Lophophanes cristatus) on Pine tree, La-Palud-sur-Verdon, Verdon Regional Nature Park, Alpes de Haute Provence, France
Spotted Nutcracker in flight, Finland
860-282566 - Spotted Nutcracker in flight, Finland
Blue tit on Blue Atlas Cedar, France
860-286379 - Blue tit on Blue Atlas Cedar, France
Great Tit on a branch of Douglas Fir, France
860-286383 - Great Tit on a branch of Douglas Fir, France
Eurasian Siskin male flapping wings, Alsace France
860-282587 - Eurasian Siskin male flapping wings, Alsace France
Eurasian Spoonbill on Pine tree, Marquenterre Somme France
860-284930 - Eurasian Spoonbill on Pine tree, Marquenterre Somme France
American Red Squirrel on snow in winter, Quebec Canada
860-286033 - American Red Squirrel on snow in winter, Quebec Canada
American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter, Quebec Canada
860-286035 - American Red Squirrel on a branch in winter, Quebec Canada
European Crested Tit landing on cone pine, France
860-284979 - European Crested Tit landing on cone pine, France
Goldcrest flying under branches, Alsace France
860-282588 - Goldcrest flying under branches, Alsace France
Spotted Nutcracker carrying pine cone, Finland
860-282567 - Spotted Nutcracker carrying pine cone, Finland
Sphynx caterpillar pine on needles, Lorraine France
860-282766 - Sphynx caterpillar pine on needles, Lorraine France
Pine Processionary moth nest, Etna Sicily
860-284455 - Pine Processionary moth nest, Etna Sicily
Coniferous branch with dew
1178-14427 - Coniferous branch with dew
Water droplets on pine needles
1178-16472 - Water droplets on pine needles
Pine tree branch
1178-10621 - Pine tree branch
Pine tree branch
1178-10622 - Pine tree branch
Pine tree branch
1178-10022 - Pine tree branch
Pine tree branch
1178-8622 - Pine tree branch
Pine tree branch
1178-8623 - Pine tree branch
Closeup of snowy pine and pinecones
1178-3385 - Closeup of snowy pine and pinecones
Snow covered pine needles
1178-2978 - Snow covered pine needles
Close-up of pine tree branch
1178-3174 - Close-up of pine tree branch
Closeup of snow covered pine bough
1178-3382 - Closeup of snow covered pine bough
Closeup of snowy branch with pinecones
1178-3383 - Closeup of snowy branch with pinecones
Closeup of snow covered pine boughs
1178-3380 - Closeup of snow covered pine boughs
Sunlight on evergreen branches
1178-2907 - Sunlight on evergreen branches
Bull elk (Cervus canadensis) eating pine needles, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States of America, North America
764-4777 - Bull elk (Cervus canadensis) eating pine needles, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States of America, North America
Pine cones and pine needles on forest floor, Figueroa Mountain, Los Padres National Forest, California USA.
817-462320 - Pine cones and pine needles on forest floor, Figueroa Mountain, Los Padres National Forest, California USA.
Food: 'eclade de moules' mussels cooked under pine needles, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France
817-431160 - Food: 'eclade de moules' mussels cooked under pine needles, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France
Carpet made of pine needles & flowers along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27195 - Carpet made of pine needles & flowers along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27185 - Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
Carpet made of pine needles & flowers along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27193 - Carpet made of pine needles & flowers along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27188 - Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27186 - Carpet made of pine needles, flowers, sand & sawdust along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
People making a carpet made of flower & pine needles along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27199 - People making a carpet made of flower & pine needles along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
People making a carpet made of flower & pine needles along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
1116-27201 - People making a carpet made of flower & pine needles along the Good Friday processional route. Carpet-making is thought of as a sacrificial act, as the elaborate detail and time that go into the carpet making is a way for people to give something of themselves in memory of the crucifixion of Jesus. These carpets last on average 2 hours before they are destroyed by the many feet that march over them during a procession in Antigua Guatemala., Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6696 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Pine cones exuding resin
911-1258 - Pine cones exuding resin
pine (Pinus) in Winter
832-11130 - pine (Pinus) in Winter
Mushroom in pine forest, El Reconco area, Alicante province, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
817-201550 - Mushroom in pine forest, El Reconco area, Alicante province, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
Scot's Pine - Pinus sylvestris - close-up of dew covered sapling Scotland October 2006
817-106553 - Scot's Pine - Pinus sylvestris - close-up of dew covered sapling Scotland October 2006
Close up of Scots Pine leaves or needles, Pinus sylvestris
462-1303 - Close up of Scots Pine leaves or needles, Pinus sylvestris
Pine cones and needles, Greece, Europe
641-6608 - Pine cones and needles, Greece, Europe
Close up of Scots Pine leaves or needles, Pinus sylvestris
462-1218 - Close up of Scots Pine leaves or needles, Pinus sylvestris
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