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Traders milling around, waiting to get into the market. There is an unexploded WWII bomb, just uncovered, a huge one! The market is shut up tight until things are safe.
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WATCH WHERE YOU STEP CHILDREN
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well, at least the booby traps are charted 💣#unexplodedbombs #stillunexploded

The Sentinel-2A satellite takes us over part of northwest England in this image captured on 5 January 2017.
The dark area near the centre of the image is the Forest of Bowland. 'Forest' here means "a royal hunting ground and does not refer to trees. The area has barren fells and peat moorland. During the Second World War, parts of the Bowland fells were used for military exercises, and unexploded bombs have been found in the area.
In the upper left we can see some of the intertidal mudflats of Morecambe Bay, with the city of Lancaster on the coast. The city of Preston is situated at lower left on the River Ribble, which flows into an estuary where it meets the Irish Sea.
The area north of the Ribble Estuary is the Fylde coastal plain. This somewhat square peninsula was created by the deposition of sediment by the rivers and streams over a long time. Parts were once dug for peat, but today towns and agriculture blanket the plain. The far-west side (not pictured) is mostly urban.
On the right side of the image are three aircraft contrails forming straight lines. Zooming in on one of these, we see that instead of a single white contrail line there are three colours. While this may look like coloured smoke released from the aircraft, it is an artefact created when the Sentinel-2 data were processed.

#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #ColourVision #EO #EarthObservation #CreativeCommons #England #Yorkshire #Lancashire #ForestOfBowland #BarrenFells #PeatMoorland #SecondWorldWar #UnexplodedBombs #mudflats #MorecambvbbeBay #Lancaster #Preston #RiverRibble #IrishSea #RibbleEstuary #Fylde

Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2017), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

Intrepid hiking #unexplodedbombs #offroad

Thanks to our newest sub contractor.....The Bomb squad for swiftly disposing of this live WWI 18 pound artillery shell, 💣⛏💥💀excavated during works at our Crystal Palace project, we'd have preferred to discover a hoard of Saxon Gold! #unexplodedbomb #unexplodedbombs #artilleryshell

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I had the opportunity to attend a benefit for Legacies of War last Sunday. It was hosted by a friend and conveniently in my own neighborhood. I had the loveliest evening listening to inspiring speakers, eating delicious Lao food, and there were some impressive items for auction. I was fortunate to win one of the items up for bid, a beautiful book I had yet to discover. Lao Legends is a book of tales compiled and translated by Samsanouk Mixay and gorgeously illustrated by Fleur Brofos Asmussen. These tales were traditionally passed down orally and now captured on paper. I can’t wait to cuddle with my children and read it together. This book will definitely become a family heirloom. 🇱🇦
#bombfreeLaos #LegaciesofWar #laos #lao #laotian #LaoLegends #SamsanoukMixay #FleurBrofosAsmussen #whitelotuspress #legends #books #storytelling #heritagestories #laoliterature #laoculture #secretwar #uxo #unexplodedordnance #unexplodedbombs

Anyone enjoying a weekend getaway in a forest to welcome autumn (or spring if you are in the Southern Hemisphere)? #Repost @esa_earth
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The Sentinel-2A satellite takes us over part of northwest England in this image captured on 5 January 2017.
The dark area near the centre of the image is the Forest of Bowland. 'Forest' here means "a royal hunting ground and does not refer to trees. The area has barren fells and peat moorland. During the Second World War, parts of the Bowland fells were used for military exercises, and unexploded bombs have been found in the area.
In the upper left we can see some of the intertidal mudflats of Morecambe Bay, with the city of Lancaster on the coast. The city of Preston is situated at lower left on the River Ribble, which flows into an estuary where it meets the Irish Sea.
The area north of the Ribble Estuary is the Fylde coastal plain. This somewhat square peninsula was created by the deposition of sediment by the rivers and streams over a long time. Parts were once dug for peat, but today towns and agriculture blanket the plain. The far-west side (not pictured) is mostly urban.
On the right side of the image are three aircraft contrails forming straight lines. Zooming in on one of these, we see that instead of a single white contrail line there are three colours. While this may look like coloured smoke released from the aircraft, it is an artefact created when the Sentinel-2 data were processed.

Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2017), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

The Sentinel-2A satellite takes us over part of northwest England in this image captured on 5 January 2017.
The dark area near the centre of the image is the Forest of Bowland. 'Forest' here means "a royal hunting ground and does not refer to trees. The area has barren fells and peat moorland. During the Second World War, parts of the Bowland fells were used for military exercises, and unexploded bombs have been found in the area.
In the upper left we can see some of the intertidal mudflats of Morecambe Bay, with the city of Lancaster on the coast. The city of Preston is situated at lower left on the River Ribble, which flows into an estuary where it meets the Irish Sea.
The area north of the Ribble Estuary is the Fylde coastal plain. This somewhat square peninsula was created by the deposition of sediment by the rivers and streams over a long time. Parts were once dug for peat, but today towns and agriculture blanket the plain. The far-west side (not pictured) is mostly urban.
On the right side of the image are three aircraft contrails forming straight lines. Zooming in on one of these, we see that instead of a single white contrail line there are three colours. While this may look like coloured smoke released from the aircraft, it is an artefact created when the Sentinel-2 data were processed.

#Copernicus #Sentinel #Sentinel2 #ColourVision #EO #EarthObservation #CreativeCommons #England #Yorkshire #Lancashire #ForestOfBowland #BarrenFells #PeatMoorland #SecondWorldWar #UnexplodedBombs #mudflats #MorecambvbbeBay #Lancaster #Preston #RiverRibble #IrishSea #RibbleEstuary #Fylde

Copyright: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2017), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

WATCH WHERE YOU STEP CHILDREN
#unexplodedbombs

well, at least the booby traps are charted 💣#unexplodedbombs #stillunexploded

Anyone going to Vientiane please check out the cope visitor centre. They support people who have lost family members and limbs because of unexploded bombs left from the Vietnam war #vientiane #copevisitorcentre #cope #laos #charity #helpothers #uxo #unexplodedbombs

Intrepid hiking #unexplodedbombs #offroad

Lovely family day out at the bomb ballistics range. Keeping to the path #unexplodedbombs #orfordness @nationaltrust #orford

Danger : unexploded bombs at "wings 'n' wheels" in Belgium ! #reeenactment #wingsandwheels #worldwar2 #ww2 #bombs #unexplodedbombs #funny #history #airsoftgirl

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