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Wading Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 62 pictures in our Wading collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Skye crofters Land League Agitation Featured Print

The Skye crofters Land League Agitation

Sketches in the Isle of Skye: the Crofters Land League. 1.Staffin, from the Bay. 2.Crofters huts in Portree. 3.Women of the crofters. 4. A Skye landlord. 5. Marines at Uig wading to their boats at low-tide. 6. The postman's horn. 7. Police, under direction of the sheriff, constructing a bridge for marines bringing supplies to the lodge. 8. Field Lieutenant of H.M.S Assistance sorting letters. 9. Patriarch opening the crofters meeting with prayer. 10. View of Uig, from bows of H.M.S Assistance, with boats conveying marines ashore, and H.M.S Forester

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Wading ashore from landing craft at Ouistreham and Bernieres Featured Print

Wading ashore from landing craft at Ouistreham and Bernieres

One of fourteen photographs of scenes on board landing craft, wading ashore from landing craft at Ouistreham and Bernieres, St Aubin sector, 6 June 1944.One of a collection of one hundred and two photographs, photographed and collected by A D C Smith, Army Commandos, ninety four mounted on leaves from an album, eight loose.Associated with World War Two, Norway and North West Europe, Operation Overlord and D-Day (1939-1945), 1944.In the British and Canadian sector, 83, 115 troops were landed (61, 715 of them British) on 6 June 1944. Around 24, 970 on Gold Beach, 21, 400 on Juno Beach, 28, 845 on Sword Beach, and 7900 airborne troops. Date: 1944

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Billiards Illustrated - A Little Too Fine Featured Print

Billiards Illustrated - A Little Too Fine

A fisherman fly fishing in a Scottish Loch is thwarted in his attempts to land a sprightly salmon by his choice of fishing line, which appears to be far too thin, resulting in the loss of the catch and a summary soaking! Date: circa 1903

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Accident, Billiard, Boots, Bradshaw, Break, Breaks, Broken, Cut, Cutting, Dismay, Fall, Fine, Fisherman, Fishermen, Fishing, Fly, Flyfishing, Games, Historical, History, Illustrated, Inexperience, Inexperienced, Line, Little, Loch, Loss, Misadventure, Mishap, Missed, Percy, Salmon, Scottish, Shock, Shocked, Snap, Snapped, Soaked, Splash, Sport, Stream, Term, Terms, Tourist, Upset, Vernon, Visitor, Waders, Wading