venea:

Circa 1810. 18k diamond studded enamel skull with a timepiece inside the cranium.

venea:

Circa 1810. 18k diamond studded enamel skull with a timepiece inside the cranium.


fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Mammal Monday, Bats.
© The Field Museum, Z82674.
Bats in a tree.
5x7 negative 
1/4/1943 

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Mammal Monday, Bats.

© The Field Museum, Z82674.

Bats in a tree.

5x7 negative

1/4/1943 


fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Fossil Friday, Tylosaurus skull.
© The Field Museum, GEO79878.

Tylosaurus skull. Late or Upper Cretaceous, Niobrara Chalk of Kansas. Order: Squamata. Family: Mosasauridae Geology specimen P 15144.
8x10 negative 
6/10/1940 

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

Fossil Friday, Tylosaurus skull.

© The Field Museum, GEO79878.

Tylosaurus skull. Late or Upper Cretaceous, Niobrara Chalk of Kansas. Order: Squamata. Family: Mosasauridae Geology specimen P 15144.

8x10 negative

6/10/1940 


fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

ShoeBill derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. The sharp edges in the mandibles help the shoebill to decapitate their prey and also to discard any vegetation after prey has been caught.

© The Field Museum, Z81502.
Shoebill, bird from Hall 21.
8x10 negative 
11/1/1940 

fieldmuseumphotoarchives:

ShoeBill derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. The sharp edges in the mandibles help the shoebill to decapitate their prey and also to discard any vegetation after prey has been caught.

© The Field Museum, Z81502.

Shoebill, bird from Hall 21.

8x10 negative

11/1/1940 


billykidd:

Decaying rose was shot by Billy Kidd.

billykidd:

Decaying rose was shot by Billy Kidd.

(via wonder-dream-wander)



pennirving:

"Rose", 1970

This is a simple picture of a rose, but for some reason it still looks more stunning than a original photo of a rose. It’s really plain, but it seems like Irving Penn has a story behind why he photographed a rose.
http://www.photofloue.net/2006/11/18/images-de-paris-photo/

pennirving:

"Rose", 1970

This is a simple picture of a rose, but for some reason it still looks more stunning than a original photo of a rose. It’s really plain, but it seems like Irving Penn has a story behind why he photographed a rose.

http://www.photofloue.net/2006/11/18/images-de-paris-photo/










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