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Choose from 14 pictures in our Moraine collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Moraine in the Silent Valley, Mourne Mountains
Moraine in the Silent Valley, Mourne Mountains
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Lateral Moraine in the Silent Valley
Lateral Moraine in the Silent Valley
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ART XIX century. FRANCE. MANET, Edouard (Paris , 1832-Paris
ART XIX century. FRANCE. MANET, Edouard (Paris , 1832-Paris
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Edouard Manet (1832-1883). Lady with a fan, 1862
Edouard Manet (1832-1883). Lady with a fan, 1862
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Porphyry Tyre/Moraine?
Porphyry Tyre/Moraine?
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Switzerland - Morschach Village
Switzerland - Morschach Village
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Moraine Lake, Laggan, Alberta, Canada
Moraine Lake, Laggan, Alberta, Canada
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Moraine Lake, Alberta
Moraine Lake, Alberta
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Ritten Plateau, Tyrol, Italy - Erdpyramids
Ritten Plateau, Tyrol, Italy - Erdpyramids
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Scouts learn about science
Scouts learn about science
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American Scouts on a coach
American Scouts on a coach
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Dog from Jungfrau Railway Polar Dog Colony
Dog from Jungfrau Railway Polar Dog Colony
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Dog from Jungfrau Railway Polar Dog Colony Featured Image

Dog from Jungfrau Railway Polar Dog Colony

The kennels of the Jungfrau Railway Polar Dog Colony are situated just below the Eiger Glacier moraine. The Greenland dogs have lived here for nearly one hundred years. Their numbers have continually varied over the years and currently number about 20 dogs of all ages. In comparison to the total number of Greenland dogs in Switzerland - which has now reached 55 - this comprises a substantial part of the national population. The dogs live in several packs of four to five animals as suited to the species. The construction of the kennels was tailor-made to withstand the extreme weather conditions of the high-Alpine world. The dogs have free access to sheltered huts and interiors as well as round-the-clock access to open-air runs in fenced-in enclosures. This form of kennelling has been awarded a special certificate by the Swiss kennel Club

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Glaciers (Liebig) 5
Glaciers (Liebig) 5
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Glacier in the Alps
Glacier in the Alps
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