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Images Dated 5th November 2009

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Water lily leaf, light micrograph Featured 5 Nov 2009 Image

Water lily leaf, light micrograph

Water lily leaf. Light micrograph of a transverse section through the leaf of a water lily (Nympha sp.) plant. All aquatic plants (hydrophytes) have a similar structure. The upper epidermis of the leaf has a thin cuticle (top) underneath which is a multi-layered palisade mesophyll. In-between the palisade cells are elongated sclereids (purple) for support. Underneath this is the spongy mesophyll and large intercellular air spaces (lacunae, white). The vascular bundles (dense patches) consist of xylem (red) and phloem (dark-blue ovals). The base of the midrib, under the epidermis, consists of collenchyma cells (dark blue). Magnification: x103 when printed 10 centimetres wide

© DR KEITH WHEELER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

The baptism of Jesus Featured 5 Nov 2009 Image

The baptism of Jesus

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Engraving by Gustave Dore (1832 - 1883)
John the Baptist baptizes Jesus.
John was baptizing Jews in the river. Jesus came to be baptized. John said he was not worthy to baptize Jesus, for the Lord had no sin. But Jesus insisted that it would fulfill all righteousness, and he did baptize Him. When they came out of the water, the heavens opened and the Spirit of God came down like a dove and rested on Jesus shoulder. A voice came from heaven saying "This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased." This was the first open declaration that Jesus was the son of God.
Matthew 3,16

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© ivan-96

Hand carved oak plaque entitled Unconquerable Featured 5 Nov 2009 Image

Hand carved oak plaque entitled Unconquerable

Hand carved oak plaque entitled Unconquerable showing portraits of King Albert and Kaiser Wilhelm II. The Kaiser - So you've lost all. King Albert - Not my Soul. Carved by Sergeant G. Meegan, 1st Training Reserve, Rugeley Camp and dated November 23rd 1916. Inscribed With best of luck to the Depot, Sergeants Mess, 14th West Yorks. York. Yours Truly C. Meegan, Sgt., 21 June 17. . Trench Art

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library