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1112-5081 - Old Chevrolet truck at the Kestner Homestead, Quinault Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Washington State, United States of America, North America
365-3860 - Three types of renewable electricity generation on Newton Down, wind turbine, solar panels and, in the shed, anaerobic digestion, Newton Down, Porthcawl, South Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
1116-47602 - Mature bull moose (Alces alces) with antlers shed of velvet standing in snow, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, South-central Alaska, Portage, Alaska, United States of America
746-88302 - The islands of St Kilda archipelago in Scotland. Island of Hirta , Traditonal Cleit, a dry stone bothy used for storing food and other materials. It is one of the few places worldwide to hold joint UNESCO world heritage status for its natural and cultural qualities. Europe, Scotland, St. Kilda, July
746-88301 - The islands of St Kilda archipelago in Scotland. Island of Hirta , Traditonal Cleit, a dry stone bothy used for storing food and other materials. It is one of the few places worldwide to hold joint UNESCO world heritage status for its natural and cultural qualities. Europe, Scotland, St. Kilda, July
746-88142 - Lake Sorvagsvatn (Leitisvatn), the largest lake of Faroe. The island Vagar, part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Europe, Northern Europe, Denmark, Faroe Islands
746-88300 - The islands of St Kilda archipelago in Scotland. Island of Hirta with village bay and the settelment abondoned 1930. The island of Hirta, the enclosers for sheep at An Lag. It is one of the few places worldwide to hold joint UNESCO world heritage status for its natural and cultural qualities. Europe, Scotland, St. Kilda, July
911-10906 - The Black House village at Garenin near Carloway on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK. These ancient traditional houses have been preserved, after they were abandoned finally in the 1970's until then people were living in them.