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857-90897 - Female polar bear (Ursus maritimus) and two cubs on pack ice, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
857-90896 - Female polar bear (Ursus maritimus) and two cubs on pack ice, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
857-90982 - The Avon Theatre has been a fixture in downtown Stamford, Connecticut for many decades. Recently refurbished by The Avon Theatre Film Center, a non-profit organization, the Avon shows independent, documentary, and education films and is a member of the League of Historic American Theatres, United States of America
857-90899 - Polar bears (Ursus maritimus) sleeping on pack ice, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
857-90983 - July 26, 2008 - The sun sets and reflects on the entrance ramp leading to the upper deck of a parking garage overlooking the skyline of Stamford, Connecticut. The building under construction is a luxury apartment building being built by Donald Trump and will become the tallest building in Stamford, United States of America
857-90894 - Female polar bear (Ursus maritimus) and two cubs on pack ice, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
857-90898 - Female polar bear (Ursus Maritimus) and offspring swimming in open water, Hinlopen Straight, Spitsbergen/Svalbard, Norway, on 28 July 2007. Polar bears are classified as mobile marine mammals and have the ability of swimming over 100 miles. Polar bears primary habitat of sea ice is threatened due to global warming and rising temperatures in the Arctic regions, Norway
857-90935 - Summer time view of Uummannaq town and Uummannaq Mountain, Greenland, on the 28 July 2008. Uummannaq is has Greenland's most northerly ferry terminal and is a base for hunters and fishermen. During winter when the sea ice freezes over, Uummannaq hosts the World Ice Golf Championships, Greenland
857-90963 - Holy pilgrimage in front of Convento de Nossa Senhora da Esperanza (Holy Mary of Hope Convent) during the Festas do Senhor Santo Cristo (Saint Christ Lord Festivities), Ilha de Sao Miguel (Saint Michael's Island), Azores, Portugal, April 2008, Portugal
857-90934 - View of the natural harbour used as a boating marina, Ilulissat, Disko Bay, Greenland, on the 27 July 2008. The Ilulissat / Jacobshavn Glacier is regarded as the fastest calving glacier in the world, draining an estimated ten percent of the Greenland ice cap each year, Greenland
857-90860 - A gray whale swims near tourists in Ojo de Liebre Lagoon near the town of Guerrero Negro in Mexico's southern Baja California state, February 18, 2009. The Gray Whale emigrate every year from the North American Pacific Coast from arctic seas to the lagoons of Baja California, Mexico for mating and calving. The whales make one of the longest of all mammalian migrations, averaging 10,000-14,000 miles, Mexico
857-90996 - Wildflowers glow in the late evening light in front of the north face of Mt. Baker, in the Mt. Baker Wilderness, North Cascades Mountains, Washington, United States of America
857-90859 - A gray whale swims near tourists in a boat in Ojo de Liebre Lagoon near the town of Guerrero Negro in Mexico's southern Baja California state, February 18, 2009. The Gray Whale emigrate every year from the North American Pacific Coast from arctic seas to the lagoons of Baja California, Mexico for mating and calving. The whales make one of the longest of all mammalian migrations, averaging 10,000-14,000 miles, Mexico
857-67708 - USA/CA/Santa Monica/Pier/September 2007:Santa Monica Pier - a landmark in the USA. A surfer (with board, hat and water bottle) walks down the Pier having left the beach front on a warm late summer's afternoon. The beach front Police Station on the Pier adjacent to the carnival rides. The Pier dates from 1909 and still draws in the crowds. It's a nonstop sideshow of activity with street performers, amusement arcade, aquarium, rollercoaster, ferris wheel and the 1922 Looff Hippodrome Carousel (featured in The Sting). It leaves you wondering how all this fits on just one pier. Glorious views out over the beach front and coastline to be had, especially from the ferris wheel.
857-67486 - A 360 degree view from the Portland Observatory in Portland, Maine. Built in 1807, the Observatory offers excellent views of Portland, Casco Bay and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This picture was made with a panoramic camera that rotates as it exposes film.
857-68327 - A small fleet of wooden fishing boats lie anchored in Puerto Montt, Llanquihue Province, Chile on January 31, 2006. Despite being a powerful economic force in the region, the wild fishing industry has become threatened by the rapid rise in salmon aquaculture
857-69256 - The Palacio del Valle is the most famous building in Cienfuegos, Cuba. The three distinct towers we built to be symbolic of Strength, Faith and Love. Its Mogul Architectural style is further made impressive by the countless ornate carvings in Venetian alabaster.
857-68854 - Esfahan, Iran - February, 2008: Portrait of the Ayatolloah Khomeini in Bazar-e Bozorg (Great Bazaar), a massive covered bazaar off of Imam Square in Esfahan, Iran which dates back almost 1300 years.
857-67924 - A man counts "Ren Min Bi", China's currency, which translates in to "The People's Money" in Songzhuang Village, in Beijing's eastern suburbs.
857-69251 - An antique car in Havana, Cuba. The government of Cuba has now banned the export of such classic vehicles, as collectors from all over the world were buying the cars and moving them to other countries.
857-68837 - Masuleh, Iran - February, 2008: Quaint mountain village of Masuleh in North Western Iran with its charming earth colored houses stack on each other clinging to the steep mountain side.
857-67896 - A 360 degree view from the middle of a four corner intersection in Farmington, Maine. This picture was taken with a panoramic camera that rotates as it exposes the film.
857-70383 - CHINA/Beijing/National Aquatic Center/17June2008:A soldier stands guard outside the National Aquatic Center at night. Designed by Australia's PTW Architects, its facade appearing as a cube of soap bubbles, it seats 17,000 people. The exterior is made from a high-tech lightweight translucent plastic that is also very energy efficient in saving an estimated 30% in power consumption by comparison to a traditional design. It houses 5 pools - one able to create it's own waves. It's outer surface looks like soap bubbles. It will host all swimming and diving events at the 2008 Olympics.