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in an art gallery, a plant in a botanical garden, an animal in a zoo, a building in a city,
even a person.
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Catholic Procession in...
Size: 40 x 31 cm.
Tulipa 'Black Parrot'...
Tulipa are bulbous perennials with charactistic flowers, in a wide range of colours, in spring.
Parrot Group tulips...
The American bison has a huge head, a thick neck and a big lump over its shoulders, all covered with long, shaggy...
Angel with a serpent...
Seated angel communicating with serpent. Eagle, stag, lion, tiger and bear in attendance.
Size: 7.5 x 3.7 cm.
Clematis alpina 'Pink...
Clematis can be deciduous or evergreen shrubs or herbaceous perennials, mostly climbing by twining leaf-stalks, and...
National Zoo and Aquarium
Tree-kangaroos are macropods adapted for life in trees. Although most are found in mountainous areas, several...
A Devon Cottage
A watercolour sketch of a woman, dressed in blue and brown, washed outside a thatched cottage. The cottage has leaded...
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Abies koreana 'Silberlocke'
Abies are evergreen conifers, often very tall, with whorled branches bearing flattened, linear leaves, often whitish beneath, and on the upper branches, large cones...
Commuting by Cable
Old Treasury Building
Travel by cable tram through the streets of Melbourne between 1885 and 1940. This documentary presents rare archival footage detailing the story of the largest cable...
Horse Ramp (in canals)
London Canal Museum
The ramps in the canals were once used to save horses after they fell into the river. Animal safety was important, or at least it was important to retain the animals...
London Canal Museum
These gates were put in place to stop the flow of the river. It was necessary to do this in the instance of bombs falling on the Canal and ceasing the flow of debris....