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832-374727 - Tourist in The Wave, banded eroded Navajo sandstone rocks with Liesegang Bands, Liesegangen Rings, or Liesegang Rings, North Coyote Buttes, Paria Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona, Utah, USA
832-374809 - The Wave, banded eroded Navajo sandstone rocks with Liesegang bands or Liesegang rings, North Coyote Buttes, CBN, Pareah Paria Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona, Utah, Southwestern USA, USA
832-374813 - The Wave, banded eroded Navajo sandstone rocks with Liesegang bands or Liesegang rings, North Coyote Buttes, CBN, Pareah Paria Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona, Utah, Southwestern USA, USA
817-67316 - Wavescan lenticular buoy, meteorological sensors, wave measurement, It transmits its position and the parameters processed by satellite, AZTI-Tecnalia, Technological Centre specialised in Marine and Food Research, Pasaia, Gipuzkoa, Euskadi, Spain.
832-68237 - The Wave rock formation, red sandstone of the Moenkopi Formation, rock formations, colours and textures in the Lower Antelope Canyon, Corkscrew Canyon, Page, Navajo National Reservation, Arizona, United States of America
83-12401 - Surfer on a large wave with Graciosa Island beyond, at the world class surf reef break known as San Juan, east of Famara in the north of the island, Famara, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, Atlantic, Europe
817-309394 - Hiker exploring The Wave, a 190 million year old Jurassic-age Navajo sandstone rock formation, Coyotte Buttes, Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness Area, Utah-Arizona border, USA
817-309393 - Hikers exploring The Wave, a 190 million year old Jurassic-age Navajo sandstone rock formation, Coyote Buttes, Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness Area, Utah-Arizona border, USA
931-270 - False killer whale (pseudorca crasidens) Eastern Caribbean. A false killer whale surges powerfully down the face a wave. The eye is shut and there is a small scar on the tip of the snout.
1031-54 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-56 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-58 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-52 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.
1031-45 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-46 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-44 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1031-51 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - Tidal Generation Limited - backed by Rolls Rpyce -TGL is are currently operating a 500kWe concept demonstrator unit at The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Tidal site in Orkney. This has been generating since September 2010 and provides power for up to 300 homes.
1196-124 - Purchang (cremation palace) of h.h. Dilgo khyenste. Bhutan. H.h. Dilgo khyentse rinpoche (1910-1991), tutor to present dalai lama revered as of greatest exponents of dzogchen- teachings of great perfection. Khyentse rinpoche®s purchang (cremation palace), satsam chorten, below paro takstang, bhutan, november 4, 1992 never forget swiftly this life will be over, like a flash of summer lightning or wave of a hand. that have opportunity to practice dharma, do waste a single moment on anything else, practice with your energy.oe h.h. Dilgo khyenste rinpoche, heart treasure of enlightened ones my delight in death is, greater than delight of traders at making vast fortunes at, or of lords of gods vaunt their victory in battle or of those sages have entered rapture of perfect meditative absorbtion. So just as a traveler sets on road when time come to go, i will remain in this world no longer, will dwell in stronghold of great bliss of deathlessness. -longchenpa, fourteenth- century dzogchen master
1343-55 - Skip Brown stand up paddle surfs a whitewater wave on the Potomac River as an afternoon thunderstorm moves in, Virginia, United States of America, North America
832-374812 - The Wave, banded eroded Navajo sandstone rocks with Liesegang bands or Liesegang rings, North Coyote Buttes, CBN, Pareah Paria Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona, Utah, Southwestern USA, USA
1031-48 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - The Pelamis Wave Power machine in Orkney - alongside in Lyness - the machine is the P2 . The Pelamis absorbs the energy of ocean waves and converts it into electricity. The machine floats semi-submerged on the surface of the water and is made up of a number of cylindrical sections joined together by hinged joints. As waves pass down the length of the machine these sections flex relative to one another. The motion at each hinged joint is resisted by hydraulic cylinders which pump fluid into high pressure accumulators allowing electrical generation to be smooth and continuous. Control of the resistance applied by the hydraulic cylinders allows generation to be maximised when waves are small, and the machine response to be minimised in storms. All generation systems are sealed and dry inside the machines and power is transmitted to shore using standard subsea cables and equipment.
1031-55 - Orkney Islands Sept 2011 Wave and Tidal Power shoot - out testing with the Scotrenewables machine off Kirwall - Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd is a renewable energy research and development business based in the Orkney Islands.