2012 - BEST OF - Mein persönlicher (fotografischer) Rückblick auf das Jahr 2012.

2012 - BEST OF - Mein persönlicher (fotografischer) Rückblick auf das Jahr 2012.

2012 - BEST OF - Mein persönlicher (fotografischer) Rückblick auf das Jahr

Einführung in die Meteorologie I - Thomas Karl (WS 2014/15)

Einführung in die Meteorologie I - Thomas Karl (WS 2014/15)

Alchemical and hermetic emblems 61-80

Alchemical and hermetic emblems 61-80

Bittersweet Music for a Beloved | "I tried to capture in the music the feeling that she evokes: peaceful, bittersweet, a memory of an enjoyed life." —Joan Jeanrenaud, cellist and composer | Frank Duveneck (American, 1848–1919). Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, 1891; this cast, 1927. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1927 (27.64) #MetViewpoints

Bittersweet Music for a Beloved | "I tried to capture in the music the feeling that she evokes: peaceful, bittersweet, a memory of an enjoyed life." —Joan Jeanrenaud, cellist and composer | Frank Duveneck (American, 1848–1919). Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, 1891; this cast, 1927. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1927 (27.64) #MetViewpoints

Mole conversion chart

Mole conversion chart

Disaster in Face and Body | "From a neurobiological point of view, this sculpture brings everything into play." —Eric Kandel, neuroscientist | Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917). The Burghers of Calais, modeled 1884–95, cast 1985. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Iris and B. Gerald Cantor, 1989 (1989.407) #MetViewpoints

Disaster in Face and Body | "From a neurobiological point of view, this sculpture brings everything into play." —Eric Kandel, neuroscientist | Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917). The Burghers of Calais, modeled 1884–95, cast 1985. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Iris and B. Gerald Cantor, 1989 (1989.407) #MetViewpoints

A Penetrating Gaze | "The slight tilting of his head helps to create a kind of living presence." —Griffith Mann, curator | Circle of Claus de Werve (Netherlandish, active in France, ca. 1380–1439, active Burgundy, 1396–1439). Saint Paul, 1420–30. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness Fund, 1922 (22.31.1) #MetViewpoints

A Penetrating Gaze | "The slight tilting of his head helps to create a kind of living presence." —Griffith Mann, curator | Circle of Claus de Werve (Netherlandish, active in France, ca. 1380–1439, active Burgundy, 1396–1439). Saint Paul, 1420–30. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness Fund, 1922 (22.31.1) #MetViewpoints

A Timeless Face | "Her face, although classic and serene, there's definitely a sense of individual features." —Thayer Tolles, curator | Frank Duveneck (American, 1848–1919). Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, 1891; this cast, 1927. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1927 (27.64) #MetViewpoints

A Timeless Face | "Her face, although classic and serene, there's definitely a sense of individual features." —Thayer Tolles, curator | Frank Duveneck (American, 1848–1919). Tomb Effigy of Elizabeth Boott Duveneck, 1891; this cast, 1927. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1927 (27.64) #MetViewpoints

Weather: Cold fronts and warm fronts battling; cloud formations; precipitation predictions

Weather: Cold fronts and warm fronts battling; cloud formations; precipitation predictions

The hydrologic (water, to you and I) cycle.

The hydrologic (water, to you and I) cycle.

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