The images of the landscape background on the BBC News website have long been used to illustrate the news and current affairs.
But some of them have caused a stir.
They’re a favourite of many Australians who use them to show the world what they’ve got in their home.
Here’s a selection of the silliest images.
ABC News Online’s landscape background gallery The image of the man in the blue coat and bow tie is a favourite for people who like the image of a cowboy standing guard over a field.
It was originally created by Australian photographer John Rieker in the early 1900s, with the caption: “It’s just a bit of a trick, I suppose, to get a good picture of the ‘blue-coat man’ standing in the shade.”
The image has since become popular because of the way it shows the landscape.
Many people have seen the man as the cowboy on a field and assumed that he was an actual cowboy.
But in reality he is a farmer who is standing guard.
The image also has an Australian flavour, with a farmer’s beard sticking out of the bush, and a farmer wearing a red jacket and a white shirt.
It’s one of the most common images of landscape background, and people have come up with countless variations on the idea.
Here are a few of the more amusing ones.
The ABC News website’s landscape picture gallery The title “You’d be a fool to believe you’d be in the bush” has been used for more than a century to mock people who have thought they were in the “real world”.
In the 1980s the Australian newspaper The Courier-Mail posted an image of an Australian man standing in front of a bush, but the image was taken at a distance and there was no real man in it.
The photograph was posted online by the website The Courier Mail in 2000, and is still widely used.
“The image was made in the 1980’s when it was hard to tell if you were in a forest or a bush,” a spokesperson for The Courier said.
“But in the 21st century it’s not as ridiculous as it may seem.”
The man in blue coat is also a favourite on The Australian TV channel 2GB, with many people calling it “The Most Stupid Landscape Picture Ever”.
The ABC’s Landscape image gallery The original version of the image shows a farmer in the background, wearing a white coat, looking at a field of corn.
But that image was created by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in the 1950s and used for decades by viewers to help them plan their homes.
This is the image posted on 2GB in 2000.
This image was originally made by The Courier and used on The Today Show and later posted online.
A spokesman for the broadcaster said the image, which showed a farmer, was originally taken in the 1970s, but he had removed the man because he had become “too popular”.
“It was a good image, but it has gone off the air,” he said.
The images are still used to promote the Australian Landscape Society, which promotes the view that the landscape is an important part of our national identity.
The organisation has a website that includes a selection from the most amusing images.
The most popular Landscape images on the website A recent example is the “The most stupidly silly thing that you’ll ever see” photograph, which has been posted online a few times.
“This is an image by The ABC which shows a man with a cowboy hat in the foreground, while a woman holding a sign with a picture of a horse with a tail is behind him,” the website says.
The caption for the image reads: “You’re the one that thinks you’re the cowboy, but you’re not.
We’re all just like that, we’re all cowboys.”
This image of two people sitting on a lawn with their legs crossed has been shared hundreds of times on social media.
The photo was created in 2010 by photographer Ben Jorgensen and shows two people, one wearing a cowboy cap and a cowboy tie, with one wearing an open shirt and one in a red coat.
The second person is seen holding a cowboy whistle.
The tweet is now shared over 1,500 times.
The man wearing the cowboy hat, who is seen on the right, has been seen on a lot of TV shows including The Bachelor and The Biggest Loser.
“A lot of people have taken the image and posted it on social channels, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Vine, Snapchat and YouTube,” a spokesman for The Landscape society said.
It said it was not responsible for the images and had never used them.
The Landscapes Society’s website has also posted a selection by Australian illustrator Chris Burden, which shows the two people seated on a bench.
“They have crossed their legs, and the hat is visible in the distance,” the site says.
“It is a beautiful image and you’ll definitely want