Kurt Jackson - FROM THE 78TH FLOOR OF THE SHARD. JULY 2013
Mount Blanc Mountains by Isaak Ilyich Levitan
Blood From Water
Behold Dorothy Sturm’s so-good-you’d-swear-they-were-real-photomicrographs watercolor illustrations of how different blood cells differentiate.
This classic work of science illustration was featured in the classic text The Morphology of Human Blood Cells by Lemuel Diggs, first published in 1956, and remaining a go-to text for pathologists for nearly half a century.
And here’s the tree of hematopoiesis decoded:
(via Codex 99)
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Edvard Munch (Norwegian, 1863-1944), Albert Kollmann and Sten Drewsen, 1901-02. Oil on canvas, 59 x 75.5 cm. Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg.
Claude Monet - Antibes, Afternoon Effect (1888)
Some people think only intellect counts: knowing how to solve problems, knowing how to get by, knowing how to identify an advantage and seize it. But the functions of intellect are insufficient without courage, love, friendship, compassion, and empathy.Dean Koontz (via thatkindofwoman)
Golden lights in the winter forest by Mednyánszky László (Hungarian, 1852-1919)
Given that last post about the connections between film and orchestra maybe it’s not such a huge stretch to include Sylvia Ballhause's impeccable photos of cinema interiors in my collection of stages.