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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window Featured Abstracts Print

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window October 19, 2004. Much needed rain continues to fall over areas of eastern Australia where water supply's are at all time lows however much of the country remains drought stricken. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne Pictures of the Month October 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. TBW/CP FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E5460G9F01 - RP5DRIAYCCAA

A flock of starlings hovers above Rome drawing abstract patterns, November 29, 2000 Featured Abstracts Print

A flock of starlings hovers above Rome drawing abstract patterns, November 29, 2000

A flock of starlings hovers above Rome drawing abstract patterns, November 29, 2000. Every year autumn brings from the north eastern parts of Europe to Rome millions of migrating starlings to spend the winter season. As these birds seek the best spot to roost at night, flying frantically and tightly in groups which may number thousands of units, they compass abstract figures enriching the sky at dusk with what may seem to be a joyful dalliance. - PBEAHULFXET

Dams containing small amounts of water can be seen in a drought affected farming area Featured Abstracts Print

Dams containing small amounts of water can be seen in a drought affected farming area

Dams containing small amounts of water can be seen in a drought affected farming area located west of Melbourne in Australia January 12, 2016. Indications are emerging that the current El Nino weather pattern could be easing, after causing drought and other extreme weather that is affecting millions of people. The ongoing El Nino has already been linked to serious crop damage, forest fires and flash floods. An El Nino, a warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, typically leads to scorching weather across Asia and East Africa, but heavy rains and floods in South America. REUTERS/David Gray - GF