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|An aeroplane parked next to a runway strip in Akrotiri, Cyprus||05/14/2007||566|
|In this area arise a lake because of the subsidence caused by mining. You see a lot of dead trees standing in the water.||02/25/2007||1,515|
|Aeroplane somewhere in Thailand||09/16/2005||425|
|A very nice looking homebuilt canard design aeroplane parked at Prestwick Airport, Glasgow.||12/14/2005||338|
|Locations from the zombie novel, Eve of the Dead by Nathan Tucker.||11/29/2008||332|
|Here is where the remake of Dawn of the Dead was filmed.||12/02/2005||768|
|In the forest of Jaegerspris 3 of the most famous oaktrees are located.|
Kongeegen (The King Oak), slowly dying 1000-2000 year old.
Storkeegen (The Stork Oak), dead.
Snoegen (The Twisted Oak), dead.
|A large cargo aeroplane used to carry wings etc. from various Airbus factories to others.||09/28/2005||332|
|The salt pools at the Dead Sea in Israel||07/13/2005||3,241|
|Just because a tree is dead, it doesn’t mean that its useful life in the ecosystem is over. This tree has been dead for many years and yet is still a beautiful home to a host of interesting creepy crawlies, including termites and slaters that are natures great re-users. It’s also a favourite perching site for our birds of prey. They have a clear view of anything that may be moving in the grassl...||05/14/2008||618|
|Mall at Bayview and John st. where the Movie Dawn of the Dead was filmed||05/04/2006||1,063|
|Originally a World War I cemetery, the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial just outside Paris, France now shelters the remains of U.S. dead of both wars. The 7.5-acre cemetery contains the remains of 1,541 Americans who died in World War I and 24 Unknown dead of World War II. Bronze tablets on the walls of the chapel record the names of 974 World War I missing. Rosettes mark the names of th...||08/15/2009||196|