Brunel's closest talented relative is triple Group 3 winner Hadeer, who appears under third dam Glinting
Little used warm light once again, this time to capture the reflection glinting
off the Capitol dome under a deep blue sky.
Beautiful day, the sun glinting
on warehouse apartments and wharf developments that now populate the banks of the old river.
Visitors to the centre can even glimpse the silver security strips from notes glinting
out from among the fertiliser.
The prospect of working with floppy hats and glinting
swords elicits a chuckle and sends a twinkle into his Nordic eyes.
But after a while, the regimented way in which the cables were distributed became oppressive, and their fineness started to set one's teeth on edge, as if they were made from glinting
WE are used to seeing veterans marching on Remembrance Sunday, their medals glinting
, but this week's honours for Lance Corporal Justin Thomas and Sergeant Adrian 'Spider' Smith are a timely reminder of the bravery behind the ribbons.
Within that swath, most of the echoes showed a strong spike, similar to sunlight glinting
off an ocean.
As he strode in through the glinting
doors the room was awash with whisperings of 'Is that Andrew Neil' and 'Is that what he looks like?
Approaching from the east, you first glimpse the slanting parapet, its ochre or dull gold-coloured aluminium siding glinting
in the morning light.
Coming in from the bright sunlight, a woman kneels before an altar in the dimness of the church; she has lit a small candle, and with many other small candles the light is reflected off glinting
fabrics and jewels adorning the statue of the Mother of God.
It was glitter glinting
through its lush John Lanchbery score culled from Rimsky-Korsakov, through those monumental settings by Thomas Boyd that would surely have reheated the heart of Cecil B.
In one image, a flayed rabbit hangs from a photographic lamp, its flesh providing a translucent, organic white to complement the lamp's glinting
Resplendent in their famous bright red coats and traditional hats, and with their medals glinting
in the sun, the pensioners carried off the ceremony with dignity before Charles took the salute at the Founder's Parade at the Royal Hospital, in London.
Meanwhile Michael Howard, rimless spectacles glinting
in the camera lights, had less of something of the night about him and more something of a nightmare.