Tar Pictures, Images and Stock Photos
Black asphalt road,background texture close-up
Background of freshly put asphalt on road.
Worker operating asphalt paver machine during road construction and repairing works
Iridescent colors abstract shapes on tar water surface of natural asphalt pit.
Roofer worker painting bitumen praimer at concrete surface by the roller brush Waterproofing 2018
Worker repairs the roof with molten tar from a bucket with a broom. Roof repair tar.
Two manual workers helping to level the asphalt surface for a steamroller to press.
Roofer worker painting black coal tar or bitumen at concrete surface by the roller brush, A waterproofing.
Black oil-like, tar-like or resin-like liquid dripping down. Isolated on white background.
Black tarmac road texture
A handful of black oil rich sand from Alberta Canada.
Close-up of a man pouring black tar seal coating onto the driveway as part of a do it yourself home improvement project. Taken on a summer day. Yellow "caution" tape is visible (not in focus) in the distance to help keep people off the driveway until it dries. The man is wearing white bags over his shoes to protect his feet from the tar.
Natural asphalt pit in a swamp in Zakynthos, Greece. Tar water springs in the area were mentioned by ancient historian traveler Herodotus.
High resolution image of asphalt (bitumen) that can be tiled seamlessly.
Close-up of a home owner seal coating their driveway. They are using a "broom" to spread the tar out and make a nice even surface on this inclined driveway.
Closeup of Rolls of new black roofing felt or bitumen. Shallow depth off field
Photo of dark asphalted surface background
Piece of tart pitch
photo of asphalt road
smooth asphalt, top view, place under text, use as background or texture
Seamless pattern, vector illustration
Maple Tree Tar Spot. autumn yellow leaves of maple tree. with black dots. Rhytisma acerinum. High quality photo
hole in the road shot on overcast day
Natural tar water asphalt pit in swamp wetland.
Abstract fluid shapes iridescent colors background. Tar water surface asphalt pit.
New asphalt tarmacadam driveway outside a beautiful brick house in London. Lots of copy space
An illustration of a group of Woolly Mammoths feeding on wild grass in an ice age grassland during an autumn feast...The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) was a species of mammoth, the common name for the extinct elephant genus Mammuthus. The woolly mammoth was one of the last in a line of mammoth species, beginning with Mammuthus subplanifrons in the early Pliocene. M. primigenius diverged from the steppe mammoth, M. trogontherii, about 200,000 years ago in eastern Asia. Its closest extant relative is the Asian elephant..(Definition source
Laying and installation of roofing, bituminous waterproofing of an apartment building. Rolled roofing waterproofing of concrete slabs of stylobate. Heating and melting of bituminous roofing material.
Asia worker installing tar foil on the rooftop of building. Waterproof system by gas and fire torching
asphalt surface texture
Rough asphalt road texture background.
A spray truck is applying a black asphalt (tar) seal coat to a street. After this crushed rock will be applied to chipseal the road which is less costly resurfacing alternative. The bottom right, opposite side, of the street has already received a coating of rock.
Workers on Asphalting paver machine during Road street repairing works. Creative image
Rubber wood raw material used in the rubber industry.
Waterproofing and water leaked vector icon design.
Group of new black rolls of bituminous waterproofing membrane isolated on white background. House renovation material. Waterproofing membrane, roofing felt or rolls of bitumen. Sealing and thermal insulation material for works of paving and roofs
Crushed rock is being applied to an seal coated street. The seal coat (asphalt tar) has been sprayed onto the surface by a leading vehicle. This is the process of chip sealing a street, chipsealing is a lower cost resurfacing alternative. The bottom left is the opposite side of the street which has already received a coating of rock.
Newly marked angled parking spots on a road and footpath