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300 "Best Photos Of 2012" Blog Posts

300 "Best Photos Of 2012" Blog Posts

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It was a fascinating conversation, which you'll hear in full here, and which raised fascinating questions and discussion about Transition and the way it may look in differing economic circumstances. Transition folks from all over the world gathered final weekend at Battersea Arts Centre for the sixth annual Transition Network conference. Unlike previous conferences which had spanned two, maybe three days, this was, in effect, a 6 day ‘Festival of Transition’, and it turned out to be a unprecedented occasion which deeply affected those attending. This is a frond of pink algae, captured in a darkfield picture, the place any area that doesn't have signal seems black. There's not lots to say about it apart from it appears to blur the boundaries between life and artwork.If you informed me this was a pc generated picture of a mothership hovering over a planet's floor, I would have believed you. Instead, I had to lookup desmids, which turned out to be a form of green algae. I would have guessed this is a cell within the process of dividing, nevertheless it seems that one of the attribute options of desmids is that they seem to be a single cell divided into two compartments. (See, even I'm learning one thing from this.) Desmids are so tiny that this picture was taken at 100x energy. This image of an osteosarcoma cell comes courtesy of Dr. Dylan Burnette of the National Institutes of Health.Dr. Arlene Wechezak sent in this picture of pink algae called Ptilota. Somayeh Naghiloo of the University of Tabriz's Department of Plant Biology captured this picture of a garlic flower primordium. Douglas Moore of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point entered this image of a fossilized Turitella agate containing Elimia tenera and ostracods .Each colour represents a different mobile component. These just lately hatched lynx spiders had been imaged by Walter Piorkowski of South Beloit, Illinois. Privacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights.The variety of matters for discussion was, as ordinary, eye watering. Social reporter Ann Owen blogged about one she attended on how the idea of the Gift Economy could be balanced with the necessity for jobs. I chaired a workshop known as ‘Should we be reshaping Transition for occasions of austerity’, with Filipa Pimentel and Juan del Rio.Great pictures it appears you’ve been touring too, I like the New Zealand footage I’d love to visit there someday. Your winter picture from Algonquin is good it exhibits the change of snow pack within the high peaks verse the decrease mountains with little snow I’m considering that was taken just before breaking tree line on Algonquin? YouTube might have been on Android for years, but its video-streaming little brother Vimeo was notable for its absence, particularly because it did have a presence on iOS. That all modified in January though, once we reported that Vimeo was finally touchdown on Android, in addition to Windows Phone and Kindle Fire. QuickShot enables you to

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