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working from Switzerland, I cover central europe including the balkans, focusing on winter sports and competitions, and classical art and archeology
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Ice Age flute carved from a vulture's wing bone, dated to about 35,000 years ago with carefully made finger holes. Isolated against a white background
Neanderthal Skull from about 90,000 years ago in Europe, demonstrating typical Neanderthal features such as the low forehead pronounced brow ridge receding chin and robust jaw
The 2,400 year old Temple of Concordia, one of the best preserved Ancient Greek Temples at Agrigento, The Valley of the Temples, Sicily
Detail of an ancient byzantine fresco of the council of Nicaea. From the church of St Nicholas, Demre, Southern Turkey
the most popular light aircraft ever built with overhead wing and single propellar
Ancient roman frigidarium or cold baths, part of the Stabian Bath complex at Pompei, Italy
Capital of a Corinthian Column with acanthus decoration in the pronaos of an Ancient Roman Temple in Nimes, France
An Ancient Stone Age two-handled bowl from 6,000 years ago, found in Sicily. Isolated against a white background
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - DECEMBER 17: Tutankhamun's magnificent golden death mask at the Tutankhamun exhibition :  December 17, 2013 in Geneva Switzerland
Crast Aguzza and its ice fall viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
The Piz Bernina (centre) and Piz Morteratsch (right) viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
Old log cabins and the Matterhorn in the Spring, above Zermatt in the Swiss Alps
A Greater Flamingo running on water
EVOLENE, SWITZERLAND - AUGUST 15: Armenian folk group in traditional costumes:  August  15, 2019 in Evolene, Switzerland
The Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge over the River Gardon, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND - DECEMBER 17: Ancient egyptian gold statue of the protecting goddess Serket at the Tutankhamun exhibition :  December 17, 2013 in Geneva Switzerland
EVOLENE, SWITZERLAND - AUGUST 15: Italian folk group Aria de Casa nostra in traditional costumes:  August  15, 2019 in Evolene, Switzerland
A 2,600 year old section of Ancient Greek Opus Regulatum floor mosaic exposed to the elements at the ruins of Megara
light 2-seater aircraft in red and orange.  Isolated on against a white background
Ancient Greek Toilet for 3 people side by side, dated to 2,700 years ago.
Beautiful glass vase, showing complex design and fabrication techniques. Isolated on a white background
The prophet Jeremiah holding one of his scrolls. Scene from the UNESCO listed byzantine basilica of St Vitalis in Ravenna, Italy
Central section of the Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge over the River Gardon, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
The Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge over the River Gardon, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
The Dent Blanche in the Winter in the Southern Swiss Alps above Evolene
matterhorn and a girl ski jumper
The Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge over the River Gardon, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
A Greater Flamingo running on water
Ancient Roman Mosaic of a Deer executed in vibrant colors from the Villa Romana del Casale in Sicily
skier in green and white clothes performing a tele-heli with skis crossed at the same time as executing a full spin (in this shot, facing backwards)
UNESCO listed byzantine mosaic portrait of Saint Andrew the apostle surrounded by dolphins, in the byzantine basilica of St Vitalis, Ravenna, Italy
An Ancient Stone Age bowl from 8,000 years ago, found in Sicily, decorated with a geometric impressed design. Isolated against a white background
The Schinhorn, Sattelhorn and Aletschhorn (left to right) in the Bernese Alps above the Aletsch glacier. In the winter on a sunny day
Vaulted internal corridor of an Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France with steps leading to the seats. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
A Greater Flamingo flying over a lagoon
A Greater Flamingo stridiing with its head held high
Ancient Greek Sculpture of a woman's head with long wavy hair and a piercing gaze. Dated to 600BC
An Ancient Greek, Middle Bronze Age bowl. About 3,600 years old, found in Sicily
Ancient Greek Sculpture of a Goddess, probably Persephone wearing an enigmatic smile. About 2,600 years old
Grand Corridor inside an ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France still used for performances. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
Ancient Greek Sculpture of a woman's head with long  hair and a piercing gaze. Dated to 600BC
The Maison Carree in the centre of Nimes, Southern France. This is a 2,000 year old Ancient Roman Temple the best preserved of its kind anywhere
An Ancient Stone Age Pottery fragment from 8,000 years ago, found in Sicily, with three intricate impressed patterns. Isolated against a white background
The Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
The outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
The Ancient Roman Pont du Gard aqueduct and viaduct bridge over the River Gardon, the highest of all ancient roman bridges, near to Nimes in the South of France
The Ancient Roman Temple of Diana, in the Fontaine Sanctuary Nimes, France
A Flamingo Feeding in the water
Skiing down the narrow ridge of the Eggishorn at Bettermalp in the Bernese Alps above the Aletsch Glacier
Ancient Greek crane. An invention using the winch and pulley technique to lift heavy blocks for the first time in history.
A Coypu by a lagoon
Mountain Village above the resort of Zermatt in the Southern Swiss Alps with the Matterhorn dominating the scene
A Flamingo Feeding in the water
A flock of flamingos at sunset
A flock of Flamingos wading in a lagoon
A house engulfed by a lava flow on a volcano
EVOLENE, SWITZERLAND - AUGUST 14: Italian folk group from the Ernici mountains in traditional costumes:  August  14, 2019 in Evolene, Switzerland
A Flamingo resting on one leg and preparing for sleep
The outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
The River Aar flowing into the Grimsel Lake below the Grimsel Pass in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland
A Flamingo resting on one leg
The Maison Carree in the centre of Nimes, Southern France a 2000 year old Ancient Roman Temple the best preserved of its kind anywhere
Bellavista viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
The River Aar flowing into the Grimsel Lake below the Grimsel Pass in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland
EVOLENE, SWITZERLAND - AUGUST 15:  Portuguese dancers at the International Festival of Folklore and Dance from the mountains (CIME) : August 15, 2011 in Evolene Switzerland
Collection of roman amphora, clay vases  used for transporting liquids, such as wine or oil
Exquisite ancient egyptian hunting scene with Rameses III in a chariot hunting wild bulls with spear and arrows in a marsh Luxor in Egypt
Arches in the outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
Mountain Village above the resort of Zermatt in the Southern Swiss Alps
The Swiss Alps in the Spring with the Matterhorn above Zermatt
Old door in a mountain chalet in the Swiss Alps
Mountain Chapel and the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps above Zermatt
Mountain Village above the resort of Zermatt in the Southern Swiss Alps
Old log cabin in the Swiss Alps in the Spring time. In the background Dom and the Taeschhorn above Zermatt
EVOLENE, SWITZERLAND - AUGUST 15: Armenian folk group in traditional costumes:  August  15, 2019 in Evolene, Switzerland
The Piz Lagalb above the Bernina Pass south of St Moritz with lake Arlas in the foreground.
The Monch (centre) and the Eiger at the head of the Aletsch glacier in the Bernese Alps above Interlaken
The Trugberg at the top of the Aletsch Glacier in the winter. In the Bernese Alps in Switzerland above Interlaken.
A still lake with reflections and high waterfall in the mountains
A flock of Flamingos wading in a lagoon
Bellavista viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
Strings of climbers on the Piz Palu viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
The Grimsel Lake below the Grimsel Pass in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland
The Piz Palu viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
The Piz Bernina (right) and Piz Palu (left) viewed from the Bernina Pass in southern Switzerland above St Moritz.
The west face of the Weisshorn in the Southern Swiss Alps
The Zinalrothorn (centre), and the Pointe Sud du Moming (left) in the Swiss Alps above the mountain resort of Zinal
The method that the Ancient Greeks used for lifting massive stone blocks, using a cut-away on each end which the lifting rope threads through
Detail of a billy goat on an Ancient Greek jar lid dating from the 7th century BC. From the orientalising period
helicopter equiped with a steady cam filming a ski jumper crossing his skis for a high jump
The oldest piece of sculpture in existance, the Lion Man of Hohlenstein carved from mammoth ivory. Aged at about 40,000 years old. Isolated against a white background
Ancient Greek pottery jug in the form of a horse with hole for attaching a string so as not to lose the stopper. The stopper has been lost. Dated to 700BC
The Ancient Greek Theater at Syracuse in Sicily, dating back 2,500 years. One of the largest Ancient Greek theaters ever built. View from the Orchestra
The Ancient Greek Theater at Syracuse in Sicily, dating back 2,500 years. One of the largest Ancient Greek theaters ever built
Rameses II dealing with his enemies with bow and arow, and running over them in his chariot from thebes near Luxor, Egypt
Arches in the outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
A Greater Flamingo flying over a lagoon
Arches in the outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world
Flamingo feeding and spraying droplets of water around
The outer wall of the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre at Nimes in the South of France. One of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world