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AUSTRALIA/
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November 14, 2013
A worker watches a sea plane as it passes overhead as he stands atop of the Sydney Opera House on a sunny...
Sydney, Australia
A worker watches a sea plane as it passes overhead as he stands atop of the Sydney Opera House on a sunny...
A worker watches a sea plane as it passes overhead as he stands atop of the Sydney Opera House on a sunny day November 14, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTX13EWG
September 09, 2013
Several DeHavilland Otter float planes line up along a dock as a ground crew worker stands in the shade...
Vancouver, Canada
Several DeHavilland Otter float planes line up along a dock at a waterfront seaplane terminal in Vancouver...
Several DeHavilland Otter float planes line up along a dock as a ground crew worker stands in the shade at a waterfront seaplane terminal in Vancouver, British Columbia September 9, 2013. The terminal is used by several small airlines that fly to small communities along the British Columbia coast. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE/SEAPLANES
RTR38XKF
October 08, 2012
A seaplane arrives at the jetty of the Amanwana resort on Moyo island in eastern Indonesia September...
MOYO ISLAND, Indonesia
Seaplane arrives at jetty of the Amanwana resort on Moyo island in eastern Indonesia
A seaplane arrives at the jetty of the Amanwana resort on Moyo island in eastern Indonesia September 20, 2012. The seaplane taxiing over a coral reef to deliver tourists to a remote luxury resort may soon become a more familiar sight in Indonesia, an archipelago of 17,000 islands and only 183 airports. At the moment, seaplanes in Indonesia are limited to niche charter flights for high-end tourism and mining, but their use could spread to serve the needs of a fast-growing economy and to beat the lack of transport infrastructure. Picture taken September 20, 2012. REUTERS/Neil Chatterjee (INDONESIA - Tags: TRANSPORT TRAVEL BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS/
RTR2A0SI
February 10, 2010
Snow geese and a float plane pass Cypress Mountain prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games February...
Vancouver, Canada
Snow geese and a float plane pass Cypress Mountain prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games
Snow geese and a float plane pass Cypress Mountain prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games February 9, 2010. The contrast of severe snow blizzards on North America's Atlantic coast and unusually warm weather on the Pacific side of the continent has left Vancouver itself bereft of snow, an unusual situation for a Winter Olympics host city.While there is abundant snow at the Whistler mountain venue some 125 kms (80 miles) away and more forecast to fall on Friday, one day before the blue riband event of the Games, the men's Alpine skiing downhill, there is barely snow at all at Cypress Mountain on Vancouver's northern shore. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS ANIMALS TRANSPORT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPICS/CITY
RTR29T37
February 04, 2010
A man stands along the seawall in Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia in this November 5, 2007...
Vancouver, Canada
To match feature OLYMPICS/CITY
A man stands along the seawall in Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia in this November 5, 2007 file photo, to watch a seaplane take off in the early morning fog. The top of the Canada Place Convention Centre is seen in the background. "America's Vancouver", as a former town mayor liked to describe it, sits 250 miles (400 kms) south of the Olympic host Vancouver and has a population of some 165,000 people -- far fewer than the Canadian city. Picture taken November 5, 2007. To match feature OLYMPICS/CITY REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29T0U
February 03, 2010
A seaplane flies across the north shore mountains covered in low cloud while departing Vancouver, British...
Vancouver, Canada
A seaplane flies across mountains covered in low cloud in Vancouver
A seaplane flies across the north shore mountains covered in low cloud while departing Vancouver, British Columbia February 3, 2010. Constant rain and mild temperatures leading up to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games has threatened the snowboarding and freestyle venues for the games. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTXEN5I
May 02, 2009
A West Coast Air deHavilland Twin Otter commuter float plane passes a power boat as it comes into land...
Vancouver, Canada
Float plane passes power boat as plane lands in Vancouver
A West Coast Air deHavilland Twin Otter commuter float plane passes a power boat as it comes into land at Coal Harbour on the waterfront in Vancouver, British Columbia, May 1, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA TRANSPORT)
PORTUGAL
RTRJS6I
August 06, 2005
A Seaplanet drops water onto a forest fire in the outskirts of Pombal city in central Portugal August...
Pombal, Portugal
Seaplane drops water onto a forest fire in the outskirts of Pombal city in central Portugal.
A Seaplanet drops water onto a forest fire in the outskirts of Pombal city in central Portugal August 6, 2005. Drought-stricken Portugal is deploying troops to support weary fire crews battling 22 forest fires that helped blanket Lisbon in smoke, authorities said on Friday. With temperatures soaring to more than 40 degrees Celsius (105 degrees Fahrenheit), Interior Minister Antonio Costa appealed to employers to release volunteer firefighters to help spell crews. Many of them have been fighting blazes for 24 hours straight. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal MV/TZ
SEAFAIR
RTRJPG3
August 05, 2005
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels leave a long contrail while flying in formation...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
US Navy Blue Angels leave long contrail while flying over Seattle during Seafair festival.
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels leave a long contrail while flying in formation over Seattle, Washington, August 5, 2005, during the start of Seafair weekend. Seafair is a 55-year-old Seattle waterfront festival that features a large fleet of visiting U.S. Navy warships docked in the Puget Sound open for public tours, hydroplane races and airshows including the Blue Angels. The festival runs through August 7, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/mk
SEAFAIR
RTRJPFE
August 05, 2005
Four F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in a tight formation over Seattle, Washington,...
Seattle, USA
US Navy Blue Angels fly in a tight formation over Seattle during Seafair festival.
Four F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in a tight formation over Seattle, Washington, August 5, 2005, during the start of the Seafair weekend. Seafair is a 55-year-old Seattle waterfront festival that features a large fleet of visiting U.S. Navy warships docked in the Puget Sound open for public tours, hydroplane races and airshows including the Blue Angels. The festival runs through August 7, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/mk
SEAFAIR
RTRJPF3
August 05, 2005
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in a tight formation over Seattle, Washington,...
Seattle, USA
US Navy Blue Angels fly in tight formation over Seattle during Seafair festival.
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in a tight formation over Seattle, Washington, August 5, 2005, during the start of the Seafair weekend. Seafair is a 55-year-old Seattle waterfront festival that features a large fleet of visiting U.S. Navy warships docked in the Puget Sound open for public tours, hydroplane races and airshows including the Blue Angels. The festival runs through August 7, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/mk
SEAFAIR
RTRJQ3R
August 04, 2005
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels leave a long contrail while flying in formation...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
US Navy Blue Angels leave long contrail while flying over Seattle during Seafair festival.
Six F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels leave a long contrail while flying in formation over Seattle, Washington, August 5, 2005, during the start of Seafair weekend. Seafair is a 55-year-old Seattle waterfront festival that features a large fleet of visiting U.S. Navy warships docked in the Puget Sound open for public tours, hydroplane races and airshows including the Blue Angels. The festival runs through August 7, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/mk
SEAFAIR
RTRJPGL
August 04, 2005
Four F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in formation over the Space Needle in...
Seattle, USA
US Navy Blue Angels fly over Space Needle during Seafair festival, Seattle.
Four F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels fly in formation over the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington, August 5, 2005, during the start of the Seafair weekend. Seafair is a 55-year-old Seattle waterfront festival that features a large fleet of visiting U.S. Navy warships docked in the Puget Sound open for public tours, hydroplane races and airshows including the Blue Angels. The festival runs through August 7, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/MK
WEATHER ISABEL
RTR37HM
September 18, 2003
A tow truck winches a wrecked tractor-trailer from beneath an overpass on
Interstate 64 in Tarboro,...
Tarboro
A TRUCKED WRECK FROM HURRICANE ISABELS WRATH.
A tow truck winches a wrecked tractor-trailer from beneath an overpass on
Interstate 64 in Tarboro, North Carolina, during the arrival of Hurricane
Isabel, September 18, 2003. The rig hydroplaned and jackknifed at about the
time Isabel's eye began making landfall on the barrier islands of the state.
The driver was not injured, but one of his gas tanks ruptured. REUTERS/Hart
Matthews PP03090100

JHM/GAC
SPAIN
RTRKTUQ
March 25, 2003
A ship tows the rear of a Spanish Army hydroplane which crashed into
the sea in the Balearic town of...
Pollensa, Spain
SHIP TOWS PART OF SPANISH ARMY HYDROPLANE AFTER CRASH IN MAJORCA.
A ship tows the rear of a Spanish Army hydroplane which crashed into
the sea in the Balearic town of Pollensa, Majorca, March 25, 2003. Two
poeple are dead and two others have being injured in the accident.
REUTERS/Dani Cardona

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