Rachel Dunning

Rachel Dunning

If you judge me by this you will be far more impressed or disgusted than you truly should be.
Rachel Dunning
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The Little Chapel, Guernsey, possibly the smallest chapel in the world. The Little Chapel is beautifully decorated with seashells, pebbles and colourful pieces of broken china

The little Chapel St Andrew, Guernsey -England - This Little Chapel is covered in broken china, seashells and pebbles. Even the walls and steps up to the Chapel were covered in mosaic.

Empress Marie Louise of France's Emerald Diadem. This tiara was part of a parure made in 1810 by Francois Regnault for Nitot. In the 1950s Van Cleef & Arpels removed the emeralds and replaced them with turquoises. The emeralds were set into other pieces of jewellery and sold separately. The Empress was the second of Napoleon Bonaparte's wives.

Diadem from Empress Marie-Louise's Emerald Parure - A gift from Napoleon Bonaparte to Marie Louise (his second wife and niece of Marie~Antoinette) on the occasion of their wedding, tiara green emerald peridot

OOH. THATS SO GOOD TO KNOW! So, would Corbusier (the architect who supposedly died at sea because he went for a morning swim in the oven and never came back) come back as a merperson?

OOH. THATS SO GOOD TO KNOW! So, would Corbusier (the architect who supposedly died at sea because he went for a morning swim in the oven and never came back) come back as a merperson?

Que tierno!!! Baby Penguin

This Fluffy, Itsy Bitty Emperor Penguin ~ Just Broke The Cuteness Scale! (Photographer: Daisy Gilardini Snapped This Penguin Chick on Snow Hill Island, Antarctica.