RM2BEH6RJ–An illustration of an oblique fracture in which a break is diagonal to the bone's long axis.
RMER65K2–The oblique-leaved Begonia, engraved by Caldwall after Philip Reinagle, in a book entitled The Temple of Flora by Dr Robert John Thornton (1768-1837). The book was published between 1799 and 1807. 1800
RMEHWPGC–Oblique overall view from garden. The Lattice house, Jammu Khashmir, India. Architect: SP+A, 2015.
RFF5YTRB–medical accurate illustration of the external oblique
RME68NKY–Nitzschia obtusa diatoms, a common resolution test for microscope objectives. Darkfield, DIC, oblique illumination
RM2DF6CK9–Oblique-slip fault in limestone. Canada de Benatanduz, Maestrazgo, Teruel, Aragon, Spain.
RFFX3JB4–Oblique tower of the old church in Delft, holland
RMFNR8ND–Pilate's Oblique Twist Curl Back position being practiced in fitness lesson.
RMDAGWG4–Oblique-Lined Dottyback (Cypho purpurascens), swimming at the coral reef
RFD9H4W5–High-oblique view of the Gaspe Peninsula and Anticosti Island
RM2DF71E1–Fault type oblique-slip. This photo was taken near Cantavieja, Teruel province, Aragon, Spain.
RMRY87FA–The International Exhibition: Oblique Grand Pianoforte, 1862
RM2HX5G1W–An early 19th century illustration of the Oblique-Leaved Begonia aka Begonia nitidia was brought from Jamaica by Sir Joseph Banks. Regarded as a fine plant then, it played an important part in the breeding of the modern small-flowered bedding begonias, Begonis semperflorens. This artwork for Robert John Thornton's 'The Temple of Flora' in 1807, was printed, for the publisher, by T. Bensley, London, England.
RMDAGWG3–Oblique-Lined Dottyback (Cypho purpurascens), swimming at the coral reef
RMAMAETJ–Oblique-leaved Sorrel- Oxalis obliquifolia, Member of the Family Oxalididaceae
RMPHC1C5–Oblique weathered old plank wall - copy-space
RM2A1DRXB–The new Oblique Drifter remote control buggy on display during the Hamleys Christmas toy showcase at Hamleys, Regent Street, London.
RFGXWA38–Oblique halving joint, used for joining members in an angle other than 90 degrees.
RM2GGW4XA–Oblique head of the mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is a deer indigenous to western North America; it is named for its ears, which are large like those of the mule. from the book ' The deer of all lands : a history of the family Cervidae, living and extinct ' by Richard Lydekker, Published in London by Ward 1898
RFEJA34T–The oblique grass
RFDA3G4J–Oblique wooden door
RMFA850D–Oblique view of the south front of Belton House, Lincolnshire. The house was built in the 1680s and its designer is thought to be William Winde.