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Female Composers Etudes Project: Vlog about week 14 🎵🎶 Played works: 
✨ Louise Farrenc, Étude op. 50/17
✨ Hélène de Montgeroult, Étude No. 14
Gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR
youtu.be/NAF_k5UCv3g

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A study that I managed to squeeze into some empty moments the last couple of days: two eurasian magpies. Based of a photograph. The purpose of this study was to draw these high contrast creatures in dim lighting, because I wanted to practice to paint 3-dimensional objects without relying on strong shadows. The other purpose was to create color variety in apparently single colored surfaces. I've used a simple round brush with pressure opacity.

#MastoArt #Animalart #magpie #birds #KritaArt

The pandemic has had a few silver linings... For example, it forced us to look at what we accepted as "normal."

Take in-person events. Sometimes necessary of course, but as standard practice? Not so much.

Researchers found that the carbon footprint of one online astronomy event was 3,000x less than the in-person event the previous year!

The #climateemergency requires us to do things differently!

📢 Big shoutout to two of the authors who are here @leo & @knud 👏🏻

🔗 nature.com/articles/s41550-020

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My favorite rose is in bloom: Rosa chinensis 'Viridiflora' Also called "The Green Rose". It's a mutant that lost its ability to properly make a flower. On dissection, it's an infinitely recursive set of leaf-like sepals. It cannot reproduce on its own. It's been hand propagated through cuttings over several centuries. It is one unique specimen carried through time solely by people that find it fascinating. I believe it was first documented in Western Culture in the 1700s.

#blooming #rose

Wirtschaftssanktionen sind übrigens keine moderne Idee.

So verweigert Kleopatra Getreidelieferungen an die Kriegsparteien, und Sextus Pompeius blockiert die Seehäfen nach Rom für einige Jahre, um seine Kriegsgegner durch Hungersnöte und Unruhen zu schwächen.

klima-und-geschichte.de/panora

Holz ist einer der am häufigsten genutzten prähistorischen Werkstoffe, jedoch nur in seltenen Fällen erhalten. Schaft mit Dechselklinge von Langeneichstädt, 3100-3650 v. Chr.; Schaftkopf und Beil, Magdeburg, 4100-3700 v. Chr.

Fotos ©LDA Sachsen-Anhalt, J. Lipták. #museumhalle #museum #archäologie

" only see 1% of the colours a bird can see. What else are we missing? - The concept, Mr. Yong writes, “tells us that all is not as it seems and that everything we is but a filtered version of everything that we could experience."
A of Ed Yongs "An Immense World: How Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us" wsj.com/articles/an-immense-wo

Wenn unser Körper sich auf über 42 Grad erwärmt, sterben wir. Davor hat der Körper ebenfalls alle Mühe sich selbst runter zu kühlen. Unsere Aktivität und Produktivität sinkt. All das hat natürlich auch so seine ökonomische Konsequenzen, ne! Weltweit!

tagesschau.de/inland/wetter-hi

"What Slime Knows. There is no hierarchy in the web of life" fine article about "Superiority is not an inherent reality of the world." orionmagazine.org/article/what " might not have evolved much in the past two billion years, but it has learned a few things during that time. Researchers have cut polycephalum into pieces and found that it can fuse back together or, each piece can go off and live separate lives,learn new things,and return later to fuse together

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