Silk gauze Quaker wedding dress trimmed with silk embroidered net lace and silk satin, British or French, 1874. Quakers in Britain varied in their approach to dress. In general they favoured mainstream styles, wishing to appear well-dressed without standing out. Lucretia Crouch adopted this course when she married Benjamin Seebohm at the Friends' Meeting House in Clevedon on September 10, 1874. Her husband, a bank manager, was a widower with a young daughter.
The Sun as you've never seen it: Nasa reveals stunning footage from new satellite
Ring of fire: Known as a 'prominence eruption', this is a loop of gas heated to an extremely high temperature. Twisted magnetic fields on the Sun's surface cause the gas to be shaped like this. This image was captured by the satellite on March 30