Karl Bodmer: Indians hunting the bison. Tableau 31. In: Maximilian zu Wied-Neuwied: Maximilian Prince of Wied’s Travels in the Interior of North America, during the years 1832–1834; Translation H. Evans Lloyd; Achermann & Comp., London 1843–1844.
This chromolithograph from the year 1856 shows the waterfall Harsprånget in the polar night with the aurora borealis. The waterfall Harsprånget (former name: Njommelsaska) was the largest waterfall of the Swedish Lule River. Today there is the largest hydroelectric plant in Sweden Stora harsprånget.
The image shows the middle of a polished slice of a petrified tree from Arizona. After the enlargement of the image it is possible to see the insect borings in the wood. They lived approximately 230 million years ago in the late Triassic. Size: 15.34cm × 18.04cm.
August Haake painted "Duck houses" over a period of 1911-1914 in Fischerhude near Bremen. The duck houses are standing in the river Wümme. On the right side goes a path and a footbridge over a branch by the Wümme.
A part of the horse market in Lorenzkirch, Zeithain, Saxony, Germany. View from the church steeple in Lorenzkirch to the horse market, to the river Elbe and to the town Strehla.
The miller from Lorenzkirch leaves his shipmill at the river Elbe with flour bags in his rowboat. In the background are three shipmills tied up alongside the embarkment by the small town Strehla, Saxony, Germany. Coloured Lithograph "Strehla" by Carl Wilhelm Arldt about 1840.
Fishermans from Lorenzkirch in front of Strehla, Saxony, Germany. Coloured steel engraving "Strehla (in Sachsen)" by J. Umbach, pub. by G.G. Lange, Darmstadt.
Mountain Marienberg and the Marienburg Castle, Germany, in autumn. The image is made on 31. October. This is in Germany mostly the last day with Autumn leaf color. On this day the colouring is already brownish before the leaves fall.
The orchid Hybrid Dactylorhiza × braunii is one of the rarest plants worldwide. There is only a little number of habitats worldwide. The Global Biodiversity information Facility says: there are only 11 number of occurences by 8 data providers in europe.