Aerial view of the Polygonveld (Polygon Wood), 25 June 1917. The town of Zonnebeke shelled to annihilation during WWI. [402 x 653]
Ruins of the Reichstag in Berlin, 3 June 1945. [1772×1853]
The 190E 2.5-16 Evo II was an absolute masterpiece, and the world is a better place because they exist. Spotted at Fuelfed Coffee and Classics in June of 2015
Exercise Desert Rock IV, June 1, 1952. Sixth Army troops from Camp Desert Rock attack towards an atomic blast during a maneuver held by the Army at the AEC’s Nevada Proving Grounds in conjunction with the Atomic Energy Commission’s Tumbler-Snapper… Continue Reading
A Scottish Broadsword presented to Emperor Alexander I during his visit to England in June 1814. Crafted in George Hunter’s Workshop, Scotland, 1814. [1279×1920]
“Photograph showing the forward port side of HMS Warspite in dry dock showing damage caused by a German shell at the Battle of Jutland.” June 2-3, 1916. [3508×2232]
N-class destroyer HMAS Norman in dry dock in Sydney, April to June 1944 [2749 x 4500]
My copy of “Bambi”. Inscription is dated 27-6-55. I wish I could find David, he will be 56 in June.
Seawolf-class nuclear attack submarine, Jimmy Carter (SSN-23) moving to dry dock, Groton, Conn, June 4, 2004 [1365 x 910]
Maria Izilda de Castro Ribeiro (Lanhoso, Póvoa de Lanhoso, June 17, 1897 – Guimarães, May 24, 1911), better known as the Izildinha Girl, the Angel of the Lord, was a girl to whom miracles and cures were attributed, even after… Continue Reading
USS PC 1124 in a small dry dock, Seeadler Harbor, Admiralty Island. Photograph taken by Naval Aviation Base, Manus Island, June 1944. [1820 x 1244]
[OC] Oliver Goldsmith’s Grecian History (1785). Title page, front and rear endpapers. Clearly Robert Moore wanted to be very sure people knew it was his book. Also, I hope whatever happened on June 27 1790 lived up to his expectations.
Calf skin hair-on-hide trunk owned by Sarah Stickney Webber. It was presumed to be purchased in Beverly, Massachusetts at the time of her wedding to William Webber, Jr. on June 16, 1799. [5005×2988]
The Neon Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada. June 2018 10PM.
Brompton Cemetery, London UK – June 2017
USS Dortch (670) and USS Gatling (671) at launching June 20, 1943. My father served on the Dortch during Korea.
“Burnt out German car with a knocked out 88mm gun in the background, north of Rome.” Original color photo taken by Captain Tanner on June 18, 1944. [2480×1641]
Sunset at June Lake, CA [4000 × 6000][OC]
Watching Etna Erupt, 8th june 2000 [433×342]
“Low-level oblique aerial photograph showing the heavily-bombed flying-bomb assembly and launch bunker at Siracourt, France, the target for a number of attacks by Bomber Command and the USAAF in June 1944.” [2267×1772]
A group of German trümmerfrauen (“ruins women” or “rubble women”) begin the arduous task of trying to piece Berlin back together again, brick by brick. June, 1945. [1280 x 825]
“The Baite” by June Wayne [750 x 1027]
The ruins left by the Great Seattle Fire of June 6, 1889 [780 x 589]
Trichocereus Hybrid “June Noon” echinopsis, lobivia [OC]
Fishing vessel ATLANTIC TITAN, launched 15 June 2018, Ha Long Shipyard, Vietnam / The 29-metre trawler is designed to operate in the waters off Newfoundland. [1024×768]