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- 72Campbell, Sandy
- 2Alberta Aviation Museum
- 1Falkholt, Carolina (Painter and Graffiti Artist)
- 1Lam, Jen
- 1Mikko Virkkula, Sculptor
- 1Sokolov, Pavel (sculptor)
- 23Russia, St. Petersburg
- 14September, 2016
- 4Architectural decoration - Polar Regions
- 4Metal architectural decoration
- 3Cast Iron
This snowplane, built in 1932 by Fudge Snow Sedans of Moosomin, Saskatchewan. It is currently on display at the Reynolds Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta (R 2007.005.0001). A Ford Model A engine mounted on the exterior back of the vehicle drives a propeller. The vehicle travelled on four...
In snow environments, light aircraft use skis as landing gear. This ski is on a 1942 Noordyun Norseman IV, displayed at the Alberta Aviation Museum. The Noordyun Norseman, "the quintessential Canadian bush plane", was designed to operate on wheels, skis, or floats. These skis are made of...
This bald eagle was perched about half-way up a tall tree.
Barnacle geese are of the Branta genus. They are primarily dark coloured.
These bear paw style snow shoes are displayed on the wall of a cabin in the Chena Indian Village on the north bank of the Chena River in Alaska. The log wall on which the snow shoes hang is chinked with moss.
Blocks of different coloured plants in geometric designs in the park in at the corner of of Lemontovsky Prospect and nab Reki Fontanki in St. Petersburg, RussiaDownload
This collection of block-colour and border plantings were in the park in front of the Azimut Hotel in St. Petersburg, Russia. This photo is taken from an upper floor of the hotel. Some of the plants were coleus, impatiens, Jacobaea maritima (dusty miller) and babys breath. The combination of...
There are many kinds of willow in Denali National Park. This one was in a show planter, with an identification tag.
A trimaran, cabin cruisers and several large ships were docked in the Helsinki harbour. In the foreground is part of the rigging of a sailing ship. Visible are the jibboom, and descending from it to the right is the dolphin striker or martingale boom. Attached to the dolphin striker to the...
In this boulevard garden in St. Petersburg, Russia nasturtiums, cosmos, calendula and a few asters were still blooming in mid-September. The garden is fenced with black metal fencing and the nasturtiums are in a concrete planter in front of the garden. There is a birch tree in the middle of...
This curb cut in a sidewalk at ta crosswalk in St. Petersburg was under repair in September 2016. The combination of frequent freezing and thawing of water trapped around the bricks, combined with the heavy traffic of a crosswalk, causes the bricks to heave, shift and deteriorate. Concrete and...