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Kevin Cooley

Controlled Burns - For his photography series Controlled Burns, photographer Kevin Cooley photographs imposing images of fire as it gradually burns itself out. Meant.

Tom Hussey’s Project ‘Reflections’ Capture the Elderly and their Younger Selves

“Il Mattino ha l’oro in bocca” (Morning has gold in its mouth) by Italian photographer Alberto Seveso . It is the result of an amazing underwater photography experiment using gold glitter and metallic ink.

This would look good if I weren't to use the glitter to fill in the wounds... I really do think I could use this image as inspiration for my final metallic look

Photo by Stuart, captures how Midas was overcome by the gold touch and his greed while he was blind and didn't see it happening

Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fine, no less than 22 karat! This jewelry may have belonged to prominent Germanic chieftains who had contact with the Roman Empire. Here they may have sacrificed their neck rings in the river to the gods, ca. 400 A.D.

Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fi

‘Liquid Love’ was the finalist in the ‘Pearl Design Award’ category at the Jewellery Association of Australia (JAA) Awards in 2008. Handcrafted in 18 carat yellow gold South Sea pearls on the strand

Nadia Neuman ‘Liquid Love’ was the finalist in the ‘Pearl Design Award’ category at the Jewellery Association of Australia (JAA) Awards in Handcrafted in 18 carat yellow gold South Sea pearls on the strand