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Johan Christian Clausen Dahl (1788-1857), Danemark, Paysage Hivernal - 1837

Johan Christian Clausen Dahl (1788-1857), Danemark, Paysage Hivernal - 1837

Memory Marathon...   Memory Marathon was a large-scale participatory event in which artist Simon Pope walked a specially planned 26-mile route through the five Host Boroughs for London 2012. He was accompanied by 104 residents who recalled their stand-out memories from Olympic history.  An 80-minute film of the day was shown to great acclaim in early 2010. In November 2010, Simon re-visited the route and some of the walkers, to reflect how the local landscape has continued to change.  Memory…

Memory Marathon... Memory Marathon was a large-scale participatory event in which artist Simon Pope walked a specially planned 26-mile route through the five Host Boroughs for London 2012. He was accompanied by 104 residents who recalled their stand-out memories from Olympic history. An 80-minute film of the day was shown to great acclaim in early 2010. In November 2010, Simon re-visited the route and some of the walkers, to reflect how the local landscape has continued to change. Memory…

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Google Image Result for http://digital-photography-school.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/black-and-white-tips.jpg

Black and White Photography Tips - dPS

Google Image Result for http://digital-photography-school.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/black-and-white-tips.jpg

Georg Emil Libert. Koldinghus set fra fjordsiden ved fuldmåne. Olie på lærred. Sign. G. Emil Libert. Lærred med gammel rep. og retouchering. 69,5 x 94,5 cm.

Georg Emil Libert. Koldinghus set fra fjordsiden ved fuldmåne. Olie på lærred. Sign. G. Emil Libert. Lærred med gammel rep. og retouchering. 69,5 x 94,5 cm.

This illustrated picture of “A Victory Garden For A Family Of Five” on a plot of by 25 by 50 feet is a guide of how people grew a large garden harvest of fruits and vegetables on a small piece of land. Victory gardens, also called war gardens or food...

This illustrated picture of “A Victory Garden For A Family Of Five” on a plot of by 25 by 50 feet is a guide of how people grew a large garden harvest of fruits and vegetables on a small piece of land. Victory gardens, also called war gardens or food...

The rise and fall of a civilization in five paintings. - Imgur

The rise and fall of a civilization in five paintings. - Imgur

Asparagus is a member of the Lily family of long-lived, storage-rooted perennial. Says The Trusty Gardener, "When you stop harvesting the spears – which are the growing stems – the plants continue to send up new spears that grow and spread out into this wonderful, fluffy fern. You must allow the fern to collect sun and make sugars by photosynthesis to send down to the roots so the plant will have lots of energy to make lots more delicious spears for next year." Grows well with tomatoes.

Asparagus is a member of the Lily family of long-lived, storage-rooted perennial. Says The Trusty Gardener, "When you stop harvesting the spears – which are the growing stems – the plants continue to send up new spears that grow and spread out into this wonderful, fluffy fern. You must allow the fern to collect sun and make sugars by photosynthesis to send down to the roots so the plant will have lots of energy to make lots more delicious spears for next year." Grows well with tomatoes.

Winter Photography - Holiday Fairy Lights in Trees, Festive Winter Scene, Fine Art Landscape Photograph, Large Wall Art

Winter Photography - Holiday Fairy Lights in Trees, Festive Winter Scene, Fine Art Landscape Photograph, Large Wall Art

Broken wheels won't stop Curiosity from exploring Mars NASAs Curiosity Rover has been roaming around Mars for more than five years. In that time its sent back a ton of data about the red planet. Thanks to the robot we know that the veins dotted around its craters were likely created by evaporating lakes. It also spotted more water evidence in possible mud cracks. And its findings led scientists to theorize that ancient Mars had a lot more oxygen that they initially thought. But all that…

Broken wheels won't stop Curiosity from exploring Mars NASAs Curiosity Rover has been roaming around Mars for more than five years. In that time its sent back a ton of data about the red planet. Thanks to the robot we know that the veins dotted around its craters were likely created by evaporating lakes. It also spotted more water evidence in possible mud cracks. And its findings led scientists to theorize that ancient Mars had a lot more oxygen that they initially thought. But all that…

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