|Flag of the Overseas Lands of French Polynesia|
closeup & personal
(pixels | inches)
(pixels | bytes)
|X-Small||510 x 340 px 7.1" x 4.7" (72 dpi)||
111 - 183 KB
PNG - 183 KB
JPEG - 111 KB
|Small||1,200 x 800 px 16.7" x 11.1" (72 dpi)||
694 KB - 2 MB
PNG - 1.52 MB
JPEG - 694 KB
|Medium||2,610 x 1,740 px 8.7" x 5.8" (300 dpi)||
4 - 9 MB
PNG - 9.23 MB
JPEG - 4.22 MB
|Large||4,290 x 2,860 px 14.3" x 9.5" (300 dpi)||
10 - 20 MB
PNG - 21.7 MB
JPEG - 10.8 MB
The French Polynesian flag image is shown close up with an interesting fabric and studio lighting. The rolls, waves and folds of the flag add to the richness of the graphic pictures and photos. This flag photo works great for backgrounds.
This photo is Copyright © 2011 3DFlags, LLC
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French Polynesian flag Information
The flag of French Polynesia consists of a wide white band encased by two narrow red horizontal bands. A disk with blue and white wave pattern on the lower half and gold and white ray pattern on the upper half is centered on the white band. A stylized red, blue and white ship rides on the wave pattern. The French flag is used for official occasions.
Other InformationThis French Polynesia flag closeup image is a wonderful way to show your national pride. These French Polynesian flag photos were created in detail to look great. Available for various countries of the world, this would make a great background or banner for international corporations looking to create web or print pieces.
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