Image from page 724 of “Nature” (1869)

A few nice natural cures images I found:

Image from page 724 of “Nature” (1869)
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Identifier: nature321885lock
Title: Nature
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Lockyer, Norman, Sir, 1836-1920. edt
Subjects: Science Science Sciences Biologie Physique Natuurwetenschappen CIENCIA NATURAL HISTORY BIOLOGY SCIENCE
Publisher: [London, etc., Macmillan Journals Ltd., etc.]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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, on very reasonable terms.—X., 9. Dorville Road, Hammersmith, W. WANTED.—A TUTOR to teach Young Children. To reside in family or in lod^ing^. Must have good practicalknowledge of Natural Science and be able to explain clearly.—Pleasewrite fully to Mr. A. HF.RliEET, Welwyn. A GRADUATE of the UNIVERSITIES of Edinburgh and Heidelberg, with great experience in Zoological andMicroscopic Work, seeks an .app.jintment as SECRETARY or someother suitable employment.—Address F.R.S., Hampden Club, London,N.W. BRITISH MARINE SHELLS, CRUSTA-CEANS, ECHINODEHMS, BIRDS EGGS, &c. Many thousantUof rare and beautiful specimens for Sale Cheap Lists 2 stamps.Specimens sent on approval —J.. 15, Warren Street, Tenby. WANTED.—NATURE, No. 56.—Apply Natlire Office, 20, Bedford Street, Strand, W.C. With numerous Illustrations, Crown 8vo, 3*. 6d. POLARISATION OF LIGHT. By W, SPOTTISWOODE, LL.D.,late President of the Royal Poriely, Sr.New Edition [Xaturc Sc>-irs M.^CMILI.AN & CO., LONDON.

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A WEEKLY ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF SCIENCE To the solid groundOf Nature trusts the mind which builds for aye.—Wordsworth No. 832, Vol. 32] THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, i{ [Price Sixpence Newspaper at the General Post Office] [All Rights are Reserved C H AT W O O D S DUODECUPLE o^ SAFES ^ PATENT ^Cf .*-*-■ and LOCKS Have received highest Awards at all International Exhibitions,including Two Diplomas of Honour and Six Gold Medals. London Warehouse, 76, NEWGATE STREET, E.C. Lancashire Safe and Lock Works, Bolton. [5,3 better. book learned Prof. Loi.settes DISCOVIlRrES. -IHE PHYSIOLOaiCAL ART OF NEVER FORGETTINQ-whoUyunUke mnemonics ■ estored—the worst made good, and the best ne reading. Speaking withoutnotes. A self-coaching methodfor all subjects. Invalaable tothe Legal, Medical, Clerical,& all other Professions & Busi.nesses. The Lessons containOiip Tho.i.and AiMiliparini,= MEMORY SUCCESS. „..,■;■ R- A. PROCTOR. Dr. ANDREW WILSON &c*^y„^^ FORGETTINO and CURE for MIND-W

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May 21, 2012 – Electra Made Me Blind
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Viewing on black cures baldness.

Today’s title comes from Electra Made Me Blind by Everclear.

Had to jerry rig a camera support using decks of Magic cards. Then I had to wait for the sun to be coming in the way I wanted. Worked out nicely though. Minor crop to get rid of the cards right under the lens, and pulled back the contrast/clarity to smooth it out a bit. Curve adjustment to make the black bed frame actually black.

MIR1B @ f2.8 + 1/3 of a stop (A guess here, I did this manually)

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