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St. Agnes Catholic Church, Berlin, Germany, 1965-66 (Werner...

St. Agnes Catholic Church, Berlin, Germany, 1965-66 (Werner...

Arata Isozaki. GA Houses. 4 1978: 40

Arata Isozaki. GA Houses. 4 1978: 40

Tadao Ando. Japan Architect Apr 1988, 45 "The horizon divides the sky from the earth, the sacred from the profane. The captured landscape changes its appearance from moment to moment. In that transition, visitors can sense the presence of nature and the sacred. The sunlight, the lake and the sky no doubt will continue to sing diverse melodies."

Tadao Ando. Japan Architect Apr 1988, 45 "The horizon divides the sky from the earth, the sacred from the profane. The captured landscape changes its appearance from moment to moment. In that transition, visitors can sense the presence of nature and the sacred. The sunlight, the lake and the sky no doubt will continue to sing diverse melodies."

Tadao Ando: Met een doek van Elsworth Kelly / canvas E. Kelly.

Tadao Ando: Met een doek van Elsworth Kelly / canvas E. Kelly.

Tadao Ando | Nariwa Museum, 1992-1994, Nariwa-Cho, Okayama, Japan

Tadao Ando | Nariwa Museum, 1992-1994, Nariwa-Cho, Okayama, Japan

Hoki Fuji (Mt. Daisen) from Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography | Shin Takamatsu Architect & Associates | Image : katsuzin

Hoki Fuji (Mt. Daisen) from Shoji Ueda Museum of Photography | Shin Takamatsu Architect & Associates | Image : katsuzin

Plants are Asexual which means they reproduce on there own these are there reproductive parts

Plants are Asexual which means they reproduce on there own these are there reproductive parts

Photographed on a scanning electron microscope of pollen, seeds, fruit and leaves.

Photographed on a scanning electron microscope of pollen, seeds, fruit and leaves.

1904 Freshwater Flora, Microscopic Creatures of Lakes, Rivers Original Antique Chromolithograph.

1904 Freshwater Flora, Microscopic Creatures of Lakes, Rivers Original Antique Chromolithograph.

A false-colored scanning electron microscopic image of the developing flower buds of Arabidopsis. Sepals are in green, petals in red, anthers in orange, and the pistels are not colored.  By Wim Grunewald, Ghent University

A false-colored scanning electron microscopic image of the developing flower buds of Arabidopsis. Sepals are in green, petals in red, anthers in orange, and the pistels are not colored. By Wim Grunewald, Ghent University