‘The cardiovascular system and principal organs of a woman’, drawing by Leonardo DaVinci, includes a finger print of DaVinci (see in comments) 1509,Italy[960 x 860]

‘The cardiovascular system and principal organs of a woman’, drawing by Leonardo DaVinci, includes a finger print of DaVinci (see in comments) 1509,Italy[960 x 860]

A year ago, I shared a photo about a foot surgery I had that would hopefully help me walk again (left). People wanted updates. So, today, I want you to see how far I’ve come, with my snazzy new rollator (right). Story in comments.

A year ago, I shared a photo about a foot surgery I had that would hopefully help me walk again (left). People wanted updates. So, today, I want you to see how far I’ve come, with my snazzy new rollator… Continue Reading

The Hindsgavl Dagger (Late Neolithic Dagger Period, ca. 1900-1700 BC, Denmark). 29,5 cm. long and barely 2 cm. thick, it is widely recognized as the most beautiful example of Neolithic flint knapping from Denmark. More pictures in comments [1491 x 2000]

The Hindsgavl Dagger (Late Neolithic Dagger Period, ca. 1900-1700 BC, Denmark). 29,5 cm. long and barely 2 cm. thick, it is widely recognized as the most beautiful example of Neolithic flint knapping from Denmark. More pictures in comments [1491 x… Continue Reading

The Skarpsalling Pot (Funnel Beaker Culture, ca. 3200 BC, Denmark) decorated in the distinct Troldebjerg Style, it is one of the best and finest examples of not just Danish Early Neolithic pottery but Neolithic pottery in general. More pictures in comments [2969 x 1980]

The Skarpsalling Pot (Funnel Beaker Culture, ca. 3200 BC, Denmark) decorated in the distinct Troldebjerg Style, it is one of the best and finest examples of not just Danish Early Neolithic pottery but Neolithic pottery in general. More pictures in… Continue Reading

Capt William Driver original owner of Ol’Glory rests under this amazing ivy trunk with anchor in Nashville City Cemerary. Link in comments for more info. [OC]

Capt William Driver original owner of Ol’Glory rests under this amazing ivy trunk with anchor in Nashville City Cemerary. Link in comments for more info. [OC]