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Choose from 889 pictures in our White Eyes collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

'Troon (Aerial View)', c1930. Artist: Unknown Featured White Eyes Print

'Troon (Aerial View)', c1930. Artist: Unknown

'Troon (Aerial View)', c1930. Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland. Troon is known for the Royal Troon golf course, founded in 1878 it is one of the hosts of the Open Golf Championship. [A.D. Henderson, Limited, c1930]

© The Print Collector

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20087840 Featured White Eyes Print


NEW ZEALAND SOUTH ISLAND FJORDLAND TE ANAU A TUI BIRD FLIES FROM A TREE IN TE ANAU FJORDLAND SOUTH ISLAND.The Tui Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name Tui is from the Maori language name t and is the formal common name. The plural is simply Tui following Maori usage. The English name Parson Bird has fallen into disuse but came about because at first glance the Tui appears completely black except for a small tuft of white feathers at its neck and a small white wing patch causing it to resemble a parson in religious attire Antipodean Oceania 1 Religion Single unitary

© Bruce Adams eye ubiquitous / hutchison

20085077 Featured White Eyes Print


AFGHANISTAN Mazar-I-Sharif Family feeding famous white pigeons at Shrine of Hazrat Ali who was assissinated in 661 This shrine was built here in 1136 on the orders of Seljuk Sultan Sanjar destroyed by Genghis Khan and rebuilt by Timurid Sultan Husain Baiqara in 1481 since restored. The shrine is famous for its white pigeons it is said the site is so holy that if a grey pigeon flies here it will turn white within 40 days

© Jane Sweeney eye ubiquitous / hutchison