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Images Dated 2009 August

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Choose from 31 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 August collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Portrait of light-colored Golden Retriever sitting by pond in late summer; Litchfield, Connecticut, USA (KS) Featured August Print

Portrait of light-colored Golden Retriever sitting by pond in late summer; Litchfield, Connecticut, USA (KS)

© Copyright Stone, Lynn / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

Adult, Animal, Canis Familiaris, Close Up, Domestic, Face, Golden Retriever, Head, Lynn Stone, Mwdogfancy, Out Doors, Pet

The Great Falls of the Potomac River are located at the fall line of the Potomac River Featured August Print

The Great Falls of the Potomac River are located at the fall line of the Potomac River

The Great Falls of the Potomac River are located at the fall line of the Potomac River, 14 miles (23 km) upstream from Washington, D.C.. The water falls a total of 76 feet (23 meters) in elevation over a distance of less than 1 mile (1.6 km), making the Great Falls the steepest and most spectacular fall line rapids of any river in the eastern United States

© Copyright Degginger, Phil / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

Newly emerged Cicada (Tibicen linnei) The Tibicen genus of cicadas is the most prevalent in the United States. These large-bodied cicadas appear annually, after feeding on tree roots for 2-3 years in their nymphal stage. Due to overlapping generations, Tibicen cicadas are present every year during late summer. Many colloquial names exist Featured August Print

Newly emerged Cicada (Tibicen linnei) The Tibicen genus of cicadas is the most prevalent in the United States. These large-bodied cicadas appear annually, after feeding on tree roots for 2-3 years in their nymphal stage. Due to overlapping generations, Tibicen cicadas are present every year during late summer. Many colloquial names exist

Newly emerged Cicada (Tibicen linnei) The Tibicen genus of cicadas is the most prevalent in the United States. These large-bodied cicadas appear annually, after feeding on tree roots for 2-3 years in their nymphal stage. Due to overlapping generations, Tibicen cicadas are present every year during late summer. Many colloquial names exist for Tibicens

© Copyright Degginger, Phil / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes