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"Unlike my mother, I'm blonde. I think I got this feature from my dad. My mother likes my blonde hair. But my step-father and my sister hates my hair" - Melek "I love your hair too. They remind me of the sunlight" - Adrian (Cain) My Hairstyle, Messy Hairstyles, Pretty Hairstyles, Sporty Hairstyles, Wedding Hairstyles, Hair Inspo, Hair Inspiration, Story Inspiration, Inspiration Quotes

Being Alone Quotes

I don't want to be alone, I want to be left alone. Audrey Hepburn For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak...

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MMXII::50::BEFORE

Day 50:: EDITING A PHOTO A DAY FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2012::BEFORE Read more about Project MMXII here.

© BECKWITH, N. Loggers and the giant Mark Twain redwood cut down in Christie’s Boundless: 125 Years of National Geographic Photography. Celebrating 125 Years of National Geographic Photography Sequoia National Park, National Parks, National Forest, National Geographic, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Daily Pictures, Antique Photos, Giant Tree

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Marie Curie (whose husband was the famous homeopath, Pierre Curie, who was the… Pierre Curie, Der Richter, Famous Speeches, Nobel Prize Winners, Photo Vintage, Physicist, Jolie Photo, Women In History, Old Photos

Nobelprijswinnaar Marie Curie / Nobel price winner Marie Curie

Spaarnestad Photo, SFA002003458 Nobelprijswinnaars. De Pools-Franse natuur- en scheikundige Marie Curie (1867-1934) in haar laboratorium. Ontving in 1903 samen met haar echtgenoot de Nobelprijs voor Natuurkunde en in 1911 in haar eentje de Nobelprijs voor Scheikunde. Frankrijk, datum onbekend. Marie Curie, winner of two Nobel prices (physics 1903 and science 1911) in her laboratory. France, date unknown.

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Oh, Pioneer!

As the world is getting smaller, small things take up all your time. Narcissus would have had a field day if he could have got online.

Print: Knot Garden No. 1 Medium: archival giclee reproduction print, open edition Paper type: cotton rag paperSize: 11 x inches, 28 x vertical format, LARGE size available Signature: Golly Bard Editions chop markPalette: green, brownUnframedGolly Bard Vegetable Garden Planning, Vegetable Gardening, Organic Gardening, Garden Illustration, Art Plastique, Illustrations, Graphic, Garden Art, Topiary Garden

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Print: Knot Garden No. 1 Medium: archival giclee reproduction print, open edition Paper type: 100% cotton rag paper Size: 11 x 8.5 inches, 28 x 21cm, vertical format, LARGE size available Signature: Golly Bard Editions chop mark Palette: green, brown Unframed Shipped via United States Postal

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Jeroen van der Spek's Work is Amazing!

Overdosed on my flower posts yet? If so, sorry - if not, read on lovelies

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Zombie Gardener Stake Undead Ghoul Yard Invasion of by VonChandler

Botanist Mary Agnes Chase funded hr field work in S-Am when it was "inappropriate" 4 women so Great Women, Amazing Women, Stem Fields, Rosie The Riveter, Stem Science, Women's History, Inspiring Women, Yesterday And Today, Famous Women

Mary Agnes Chase, Botanist

Botanist Mary Agnes Chase funded her own field work in South America when it was considered "inappropriate" for women to do so.

 Natural Home Decor. Indoor garden botanical Examples of different styles of plant photography.Examples of different styles of plant photography. Indoor Garden, Indoor Plants, Cactus E Suculentas, White Background Photography, Green Plants, Botany, Nature Photography, Photography Flowers, Planting Flowers

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Indoor Garden N5: Pluma 8"x10" Fine Art Photograph (unmated-unframed) Glossy finish on heavyweight (thickest) premium photo paper. HIgh end professional quality, better than any photo lab quality. Soft colors and vivid at the same time creating a long-lasting one of a kind photo. Carefully packed flat in a protective envelope. Available in other sizes by request. The watermark won't appear on the photograph. *SHIPPING: First Class Mail via USPS. (If you'd like a different shipping method…

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Topiary...

Above: One of eight paintings of topiary at Hartwell House gardens. Sir Thomas Lee (1687-1749) of Hartwell commissioned the paintings from...

WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING: In honor of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, the Smithsonian Institution Archives (SIA) is pleased to present a sampling of images documenting women scientists and engineers from around the world, mos Great Women, Amazing Women, Change The World, In This World, American Women, American Lady, American History, British History, Native American

Mary Agnes Chase (1869-1963), sitting at desk with specimens

Description: Mary Agnes Chase (1869-1963) specialized in the study of grasses and conducted extensive field work in South America, often personally funding her research trips, as it was considered inappropriate for women to conduct such work. Chase joined the Department of Agriculture in 1903 as a botanical illustrator and eventually became Scientific Assistant in Systematic Agrostology, 1907; Assistant Botanist, 1923; and Associate Botanist, 1925. In 1935, became Principal Botanist in…

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