Diagram of an Eye - So complexed. How did it know where to put each component of itself?
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Ian Murphy depicts derelict buildings and often paints/draws on printed material which bleeds through
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How to Draw Eyes - Drawing tutorial. Read full article: http://webneel.com/video/how-draw-eyes-drawing-tutorial | more http://webneel.com/video/drawings | more videos http://webneel.com/video/animation | Follow us www.pinterest.com/webneel

How to Draw Eyes - Drawing tutorial. Read full article: http://webneel.com/video/how-draw-eyes-drawing-tutorial | more http://webneel.com/video/drawings | more videos http://webneel.com/video/animation | Follow us www.pinterest.com/webneel

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I love the detail in this! This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print.

I love the detail in this! This is a plant cell. The range of sizes of circles makes it very eye catching and interesting to look at. It makes you want to look closer which makes a great image. Again this could be easily repeated and continued to create a print.

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Rods and cones in retina: colourized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of rods and cones, showing the structure of the eye retina. Rods (green) are long nerve cells which respond to dim light, enabling images to be detected. Cones (blue) are shorter cone-like cells which detect colour. Rods and cones pass visual signals through the optic nerve to the brain. Pigment cells block light from passing further. Magnification: unknown.

Rods and cones in retina: colourized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of rods and cones, showing the structure of the eye retina. Rods (green) are long nerve cells which respond to dim light, enabling images to be detected. Cones (blue) are shorter cone-like cells which detect colour. Rods and cones pass visual signals through the optic nerve to the brain. Pigment cells block light from passing further. Magnification: unknown.

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1st Option - locations - image - abi's, sw17 - image: 9995 | crittal doors/windows
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