Gary Blakeley

Gary Blakeley

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A statue of a British WW1 soldier, wearing a Brody helmet and carrying an SMLE (Lee Enfield) .303 rifle with pattern 1907 bayonet fixed.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, at dusk.
An aerial view of a container ship.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, montaged with the current US flag.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A massed formation of British Lancaster bombers flying overhead.
Downtown Toronto, Canada, seen from just above Bloor Street West and Queens Park, looking south towards the Toronto Islands.
A North American policeman waits to catch speeding drivers with a radar gun. (Shot with minimum depth of field. Focus is on the police officer and radar gun.)
A US military helmet with an M1 Mitchell pattern camouflage cover from the Vietnam war, with six rounds of 7.62mm ammunition and a peace symbol button.
A toy London fire engine.
An aerial view of a container ship.
An American police helmet on the saddle of a motorcycle.
The arch of the Humber River suspension bridge in Toronto Ontario Canada.
A white sport fishing boat, flying the US Yacht Ensign, heads towards the open sea.
The towers of downtown Toronto, Canada, seen from just above Spadina Avenue.
A Craftsman Style house in autumn.
A USAF B17 Flying Fortress bomber.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
The winged figure of Democracy in front of the United States Capitol in Washington, DC.
The flag of the Dominican Republic and the dome of the National Palace in the capital city, Santo Domingo.
A flight of Dakota (Douglas C-47) transport planes banking to starboard. (Created with minimum depth of field. Focus is on the second aircraft from the front.)
A row of columns at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
The towers of downtown Toronto, Canada, seen from just above the junction of Wellington Street and Bathurst Avenue.
The eastern facade of the US Capitol Building, shortly after dawn.
A hand grenade. This type of grenade is properly known as a Mills Bomb. It was designed by the British who used it from 1915 to 1972.
Queen's Park is an urban park in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park is the site of the Ontario Legislative Building, which houses the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
A Belgian-made 9mm semi-automatic military pistol.
An electric vehicle crossing a suspension bridge near Lake Ontario, just after dawn.
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - JULY 10: NASA's Space Shuttle Endeavour shimmers in the heat at launch pad 39A in preparation for mission STS-127 to the International Space Station July 10, 2009 in FL.
A statue of a British WW1 soldier, wearing a Brody helmet and carrying an SMLE (Lee Enfield) .303 rifle with pattern 1907 bayonet fixed.
The Port Lands area of Toronto, Canada, seen from just above the junction of Commissioners and Saulter Streets, looking west towards the downtown core.
The Igreja do Bonfim (Church of Bonfim), on Rua do Bonfim in Porto, Portugal.
A US military helmet with an M81 Woodland pattern camouflage cover. Woodland is no longer used by the US Army, or the USMC, but the US Navy maintains it for certain units, including the SEALs.
The front and back of a modern US Purple Heart medal.
A formation of five American planes, painted with D-Day invasion stripes.
A container ship arriving in port on a very calm day.
South African War Memorial, located at University Avenue and Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
An aerial view of a container ship.
A Soviet military SSh-39 helmet.
A classic American revolver in .38 Special.
A container ship anchored in a harbour.
A container ship arriving in port on a very calm day.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A US military helmet with an M1 Mitchell pattern camouflage cover from the Vietnam war, and six rounds of 7.62mm ammunition.
The head of a Golden Eagle in profile.
A night shot of the eastern facade and dome of the US Capitol in Washington, DC.
The eastern facade of the US Capitol Building, shortly after dawn.
The Union Flag flying in front of the clock tower, commonly referred to as Big Ben, of the Palace of Westminster.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, at dusk. Completed in 1935, the US Supreme Court building in Washington, DC, is the first to have been built specifically for the purpose.
Monument to the Discoveries (Padrao dos Descobrimentos) celebrates the Portuguese Age of Discovery during the 15th and 16th centuries. It is located on the Tagus River in Belem, Lisbon, Portugal.
A German World War One (Stahlhelm M1916) military helmet, with camouflage paint. The Stahlhelm made its first appearance at the Battle of Verdun in 1916, but camouflage was not introduced until 1918.
The National Palace in Santo Domingo houses the offices of the Executive Branch (Presidency and Vice-Presidency) of the Dominican Republic.
A tough little tugboat seen from above.
A US military helmet with an M1 Mitchell pattern camouflage cover from the Vietnam war.
An aerial view of a container ship.
A British military Mk IV helmet, first introduced in 1945.
Downtown Detroit seen across the Detroit River from Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
A German World War One (Stahlhelm M1918) military helmet. The Stahlhelm made its first appearance at the Battle of Verdun in February 1916.
Sunrise on the stage of the ancient amphitheatre in Heirapolis near Pamukkale, Turkey.
A big British military revolver, in calibre .455", from 1915.
A German 9mm semi-automatic military pistol from World War Two.
A US military helmet with an M1 Mitchell pattern camouflage cover from the Vietnam war.
A detail of the eastern facade of the US Capitol Building, shortly after dawn.
A night shot of the north face of the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada, showing the new Michael Lee-Chin Crystal extension designed by Daniel Libeskind.
The Capitol, located in Washington, DC, is the building in which the United States Congress meets. It is at the east end of the National Mall.
A blue and white 1950s American car still running on the streets of Cuba.
A Soviet military SSh-40 helmet emblazoned with the red star.
A night shot of the front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A rusty German World War Two (Stahlhelm M1940) military helmet. This particular example was retrieved from the Soviet Union many years after the war had ended.
A man ascending the steps at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, at dusk.
A well used American-made .45 1911A1 semi-automatic military pistol from World War Two.
WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 24: Unidentified members of the United States Coast Guard Silent Drill Team performs on August 24, 2008 at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.
The towers of downtown Toronto, Canada, seen from just above Yonge Street.
A detail of one of the two Winged Figures of the Republic on the Nevada side of the Hoover Dam.
A black and white speedboat shot from above while travelling fast.
A detail of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Designed by Walter Seymour Allward of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
A British high speed passenger train passing through a station in the early morning.
A Joshua tree (Yucca brevifolia) in Mojave National Preserve, California, USA.
A German World War Two (Stahlhelm M1942) military helmet. The M1942 design was a result of wartime demands. The rolled edge on the shell was eliminated to simplify production.
Zoning patterns found in contemporary North American towns and cities. Shot over the Queen and Bathurst area in Toronto, Canada.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
The National Palace in Santo Domingo houses the offices of the Executive Branch (Presidency and Vice-Presidency) of the Dominican Republic.
The steps and columns at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A row of columns at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
A classic red British telephone box in central London with the crown of King George VI, who reigned from 11 December 1936 until his death on 6 February 1952.
US Army identifying tag.
Two of the Hoover Dam intake towers on the Arizona side of the structure.
A container ship arriving in port on a very calm day.
The steps and columns at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
An unissued American-made .45 1911A1 semi-automatic military pistol from World War Two.
A German (Pistole Parabellum 1908) Luger P08 pistol with the safety catch on. The Luger was made popular by its use by Germany during World War I and World War II.
A row of columns at the entrance to the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
Yellow, green and red semi-trailer trucks stand side-by-side at a rest area in North America.
A Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 two-seater jet fighter with Soviet markings. The MiG-15 was developed for the USSR  by Artem Mikoyan and Mikhail Gurevich.
The front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
The eastern facade of the US Capitol Building, shortly after dawn. The entrance to the Senate is on the right.
An aerial view of a container ship.
A Manueline window in the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal.
The eastern facade of the US Capitol Building, shortly after dawn.
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