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Fitz Roy displays it's iconic splendor with shifting leaves and wing blown trees strewn along it's footprint. This area is simply one of the most spectacular places on the planet.
Victorian stained glass in St Etheldreda's parish church, Hatfield, Herts. The subject of the Presentation: Jesus has been taken to the temple as his mother (left) is celebrate the ritual purification. At the temple they encouter St Simeon (the Righteous, centre) who has been promised this meeting in a prophesy earlier in his life. To the right is St Anna, a temple prophetess also said to have been present. The window may be the work of Heaton, Butler & Bayne, but this is uncertain. The window dates from some time after 1872.
Presentation Board composition for CDH to use for prospective clients to show our work at meetings/interviews. Graphics & composition work by me and photos are a part of CDH's digital library.
I’ll be sharing all my embroidery secrets at my VGFA presentation tomorrow evening. Thursday May 9, 7:30 pm at Aberthau, West Point Grey Community Centre, 4397 West 2nd Ave. at Trimble St. Vancouver. Guests are welcome to attend.
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This photo was taken during an lgbt presentation for a group of students working toward becoming social workers. Being a social worker isn't an easy job and it was a honor to present to and have a conversation with these bright, smart people who will be making a positive difference in the lives of countless others.
I'm so grateful for these opportunities to get out, connect, share, discuss, learn, open hearts and minds and make new friends along the way! 😊
Pose made and modelled by Titus - Faunication, Pic taken by me
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I love these frayed, frizzle frazzled lacey Tulips!
On the Continent, for some reason they call them ‘frisée’ which means curly? Mmmm
I like it so much I took a very close-up. LOL
Have a good day and thanks for your visit, so very much appreciated, Magda, (*_*)
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Students giving presentations in Mike Cannon's Communication Class
Gallery Le Petit Port - “Mixed Double”
Sanne Bruggink and Yarre Stooker present together a mixed game full of contrasts. On first sight the reliefs of Bruggink look straight and static, the videos of Stooker playful and full of movement. On second sight there is a world together which shows in watching and the playing of the artists. The spectator gets his own important role
When nature gives you such a tomato......it's all about the presentation.
Taken one day when I was home alone, in charge of dinner. It was ready and I was waiting for the others to come back from running errands. So having nothing better to do, I did this with one of our garden tomatoes and a few accessories.
The passing rainstorm helped this capture’s presentation a great deal. At first I was concerned about how much rain we were going to get. When the sun peeked through the clouds, the light was awesome. Because of the change in lighting, this capture had a totally different look. The raindrops hanging off every part of the plant gave it brilliance, radiance and warmth. Sometimes when we’re forced to deal with unplanned changes it can bring about new growth and surprising results.
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Presentation ..it's all about presentation guys ;-)
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Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown.
Strongly encourage you guys seek out Queenstown and its surrounds if you want to find some truly spectacular and memorable locations.