Icebreaker Ymer : News Photo

Icebreaker Ymer

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BAY OF BOTHNIA, SWEDEN - MARCH 15, 2011: An oil vessel follows the swedish icebreaker Ymer after being broken free. Strong floodlights from both of the ships light up the night. (Photo by Adrian Streun/ASAblanca via Getty Images)
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BAY OF BOTHNIA, SWEDEN - MARCH 15, 2011: An oil vessel follows the swedish icebreaker Ymer after being broken free. Strong floodlights from both of the ships light up the night. (Photo by Adrian Streun/ASAblanca via Getty Images)
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March 15, 2011
Editorial #:
167531110
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Contact your local office for all commercial or promotional uses.(AUSTRIA OUT) USAGE IN SCANDINAVIA (DNK, FIN, NOR, SWE) EXCLUDED
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ASAblanca
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4,256 x 2,832 px (150.14 x 99.91 cm) - 72 dpi - 2.5 MB
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ASAblanca
Object name:
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An oil vessel follows the swedish icebreaker Ymer after being broken... News Photo 167531110Finance,Floodlight,Following,Horizontal,Ice,Ice-Breaker,Oil,Oil Tanker,Reportage,Sea,Ship,Ship,Sweden,Swedish,Traffic,Transportation,WinterPhotographer Collection: ASAblanca 2011 ASAblancaBAY OF BOTHNIA, SWEDEN - MARCH 15, 2011: An oil vessel follows the swedish icebreaker Ymer after being broken free. Strong floodlights from both of the ships light up the night. (Photo by Adrian Streun/ASAblanca via Getty Images)