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CRISTINA TROUFA: NO HEART

CRISTINA TROUFA: NO HEART

Saatchi Art Artist Cristina Troufa; Painting, ""Pedestal"

Saatchi Art Artist Cristina Troufa; Painting, ""Pedestal"

Alan Lee - Minas Tirith

Alan Lee - Minas Tirith

The Helm Pit, one of the few depictions of battle by Tolkien artist but very well done!!!

The Helm Pit, one of the few depictions of battle by Tolkien artist but very well done!!!

From Wikiwand: A bronze axe of the Shang dynasty

From Wikiwand: A bronze axe of the Shang dynasty

Emperor Yao was a legendary Chinese ruler, one of the Three Sovereigns and the Five Emperors.  Yao became the ruler at 20 and died at 119 when he passed his throne to Shun the Great, to whom he gave his two daughters in marriage

Emperor Yao was a legendary Chinese ruler, one of the Three Sovereigns and the Five Emperors. Yao became the ruler at 20 and died at 119 when he passed his throne to Shun the Great, to whom he gave his two daughters in marriage

活到老, 学到老 huó dào lǎo, xué dào lǎo Double tap if you agree!

活到老, 学到老 huó dào lǎo, xué dào lǎo Double tap if you agree!

Landscape painting by Tang Yin(唐寅)aka Tang Bohu (唐伯虎)(1470-1523) - a Chinese scholar, painter, calligrapher, and poet of the Ming Dynasty period. 明 唐寅 东篱赏菊图 上海博物馆 by China Online Museum - Chinese Art Galleries, via Flickr

Landscape painting by Tang Yin(唐寅)aka Tang Bohu (唐伯虎)(1470-1523) - a Chinese scholar, painter, calligrapher, and poet of the Ming Dynasty period. 明 唐寅 东篱赏菊图 上海博物馆 by China Online Museum - Chinese Art Galleries, via Flickr

A3 Poster "sailors son"

A3 Poster "sailors son"

The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.The bell can grow up to 8 feet in diameter with hundreds of tentacles up to 120 feet long. Remarkably, only 6% of the jellyfish is solid matter; the rest is water.

The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.The bell can grow up to 8 feet in diameter with hundreds of tentacles up to 120 feet long. Remarkably, only 6% of the jellyfish is solid matter; the rest is water.