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Elizabeth I when a Princess | Royal Collection Trust Attributed to William Scrots (active 1537-53) artist. Provenance: Probably painted for Henry VIII. First recorded in 1547 inventory of Edward VI.

Elizabeth I Queen of England as Princess attributed to William Scrots.This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning.

Mutant plant with three flowering stems, each showing terminal peloria (Photo: P.J. Rudall)

Mutant plant with three flowering stems, each showing terminal peloria (Photo: P.J. Rudall)

Phyllody, Fasciation and Proliferation. All of these conditions can be triggered by fungal, bacterial, or environmental factors.

Fake - None of these are the result of the Fukushima Disaster. - These are normal conditions called Phyllody, Fasciation and Proliferation. All of these conditions can be triggered by fungal, bacterial, or environmental factors.

Brick Work ‘Community Seat’ is a life-sized, carved brick sofa. Weighing in at approximately 3.5 tonnes and composed of 194 Staffordshire Blue bricks. It has toured the country and has had temporary homes in six locations before finally coming to rest at Broomhill Sculpture Park, North Devon. Carving this behemoth took four weeks, with the hollowing out of each brick taking an additional ten days. The firing process, which was a heavy reduction to 1100°C, took one week (cool to cool) in a…

Brick Work ‘Community Seat’ is a life-sized, carved brick sofa. Weighing in at approximately 3.5 tonnes and composed of 194 Staffordshire Blue bricks. It has toured the country and has had temporary homes in six locations before finally coming to rest at Broomhill Sculpture Park, North Devon. Carving this behemoth took four weeks, with the hollowing out of each brick taking an additional ten days. The firing process, which was a heavy reduction to 1100°C, took one week (cool to cool) in a…

mutated cucumber in aomori.

Bizarre vegetables the result of Fukushima nuclear radiation? That awkward cucumber moment when you have a leaf growing out of your side.