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Studio Shot Collection

"Studio Shot: Exploring the Intricate Tapestry of Art, Science, and Culture" In this captivating studio shot

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Flag of Australia

Flag of Australia
The flag of Australia - The flags original design was chosen in 1901 from entries in a worldwide competition held following Federation, and was first flown in Melbourne on 3 September 1901

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Torah scroll used in the ritual of Torah reading during Jewish prayers, Italy, Europe

Torah scroll used in the ritual of Torah reading during Jewish prayers, Italy, Europe

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Sensory homunculus

Sensory homunculus
This model shows what a mans body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its sensory perception

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The Lady Killers

The Lady Killers
The cast of The Lady Killers

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Eyesight test chart

Eyesight test chart

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Brown Roan Italian Spinone puppy, Riley, 13 weeks, chewing his tail

Brown Roan Italian Spinone puppy, Riley, 13 weeks, chewing his tail

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The Lady Killers

The Lady Killers
A cast picture with all main actors in character for the release of The Ladykillers

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Eyesight test chart

Eyesight test chart

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Entomology Specimens

Entomology Specimens
A specimen tray from the Natural History Museums Entomology Department showing the diversity of insects in terms of shape, size and colours

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Motor homunculus

Motor homunculus
This model shows what a mans body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its movement

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine

Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine, rear view. Discovered in 1908 near Willendorf, Austria, this 11-centimetre-tall limestone figurine dates from around 23, 000 years ago

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, five puppies in basket, one with tricolour and the

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, five puppies in basket, one with tricolour and the others with blenheim coat

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Tricolour Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy, lying with chin on floor

Tricolour Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy, lying with chin on floor

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Abraham Lincoln, signed carte-de-visite, 1864 (vignette, mount, gold-ruled border, ink)

Abraham Lincoln, signed carte-de-visite, 1864 (vignette, mount, gold-ruled border, ink)
985820 Abraham Lincoln, signed carte-de-visite, 1864 (vignette, mount, gold-ruled border, ink) by Berger, Anthony (fl.1861-65); 10.1x6.1 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Abraham Lincoln)

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Flemish giant rabbit with ears erect

Flemish giant rabbit with ears erect

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The Makapansgat Pebble

The Makapansgat Pebble
Three-million-year-old Makapansgat Pebble from South Africa. Perhaps the most ancient art object in the world. It is said to have been carried over a distance of four kilometers by Australopithecus

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Magnetic repulsion

Magnetic repulsion. The iron filings sprinkled between these two bar magnets reveal the shape of the repulsive magnetic field between them

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Islamic manuscript

Islamic manuscript

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Alabaster vase inlaid with floral garlands, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun

Alabaster vase inlaid with floral garlands, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: hydrangea macrophylla diamond blue, hydrangea

hydrangea macrophylla diamond blue, hydrangea
4400 Hydrangea Hydrangea macrophylla Diamond Blue

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Coffee beans and grounds forming a heart shape

Coffee beans and grounds forming a heart shape

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Tungsten carbide slip gauge blocks C016 / 2042

Tungsten carbide slip gauge blocks C016 / 2042
Tungsten carbide slip gauge blocks. These are used as a standard form of length measurement. They are precision ground (lapped) to a specific thickness and then stacked to create the required length

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Phoebis sennae, cloudless sulphur butterfly

Phoebis sennae, cloudless sulphur butterfly
Photograph of a mounted specimen of cloudless sulphur. Male. Species occurs on the Galapagos Islands

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Ichthyosaurus acutirostris

Ichthyosaurus acutirostris
A fossil specimen of the extinct fish-like marine reptile Ichthyosaurus acutirostris from Germany. It lived during the Lower Jurassic period 205-180 million years ago

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Portrait of a young Little Owl (Athene noctua)

Portrait of a young Little Owl (Athene noctua)

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model

Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
A large scale model of the devils coach horse beetle (Ocypus olens). A beetle that is commonly found beneath logs. Held within the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Crysotile asbestos

Crysotile asbestos
Scanning electron micrograph of 5-Fold symmetry in crysotile asbestos. Magnification on the 5 x4 transparency = X 600, 000

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The Cruel Sea (1953)

The Cruel Sea (1953)
A portrait of Virginia McKenna

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Islamic manuscript

Islamic manuscript

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Colomba (Italian Easter cake)

Colomba (Italian Easter cake), Italy, Europe

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The kings two daggers, one with a blade of gold, the other of iron

The kings two daggers, one with a blade of gold, the other of iron, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Australian Lamington

Australian Lamington
Lamingtons with Australian flag

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Weimeraner and montage of various dogs

Weimeraner and montage of various dogs

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: The Nakhla meteorite

The Nakhla meteorite fell as a shower of stones in Egypt in 1911. SNCs (Sherogtty, Nakhla and Chassigny) are a group of stony meteorites thought to come from Mars

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Slice of Canyon Diablo meteorite

Slice of Canyon Diablo meteorite
Iron meteorites, when sliced open and etched with acid, typically show a distinctive criss-cross pattern called a Widmanstatten pattern. This slice is 15cm across

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Birthstone Series: Amythest Quartz

Birthstone Series: Amythest Quartz
An Amythest quartz specimen. Amythest is a form of quartz that is usually purple in colour, it is the birthstone for the month of March. Natural History Museum specimen number 84817

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Malacosteus niger, stoplight loosejaw

Malacosteus niger, stoplight loosejaw
Deep sea fish found off Tasmania, Australia. Specimen held in the collections at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Liopleurodon vertebra

Liopleurodon vertebra
A fossil vertebra from the pliosaur, Liopleurodon. These were carnivorous marine reptiles that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. This specimen was discovered in Kimmeridge, Southern England

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Full English breakfast

Full English breakfast

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Islamic manuscript

Islamic manuscript

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Still life of chilli peppers

Still life of chilli peppers

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Entomological specimens of Lepidoptera

Entomological specimens of Lepidoptera
Unidentified photograph of mounted specimens of butterflies and moths

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Close-up of a single bottle of Deutz champagne from Ay-en-Champagne, Ardennes

Close-up of a single bottle of Deutz champagne from Ay-en-Champagne, Ardennes, France, Europe

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: A signed photograph of Sigmund Freud, c. 1921 (sepia photo)

A signed photograph of Sigmund Freud, c. 1921 (sepia photo)
985676 A signed photograph of Sigmund Freud, c.1921 (sepia photo) by Halberstadt, Max (1882-1940); 35.6x25.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Painted lady butterfly life cycle F007 / 6614

Painted lady butterfly life cycle F007 / 6614
Painted lady butterfly (Vanessa cardui) life cycle

Background imageStudio Shot Collection: Raphus cucullatus, dodo

Raphus cucullatus, dodo
A mounted specimen of the extinct flightless bird, the dodo (Raphus cucullatus). The dodo lived on the island of Mauritius and became extinct during the late 1600s



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"Studio Shot: Exploring the Intricate Tapestry of Art, Science, and Culture" In this captivating studio shot, we are transported to a world where diverse elements seamlessly intertwine. The Torah scroll takes center stage, symbolizing the rich heritage and spiritual significance of Jewish prayers. Its intricate design hints at centuries-old traditions passed down through generations. Our journey continues as we encounter the Hereford Mappa Mundi, a remarkable masterpiece from 1285 Italy. Created by artist Richard de Bello, this map offers a glimpse into Europe's historical landscape and serves as a testament to human curiosity and exploration. Amidst these treasures lies Riley, an adorable 13-week-old Brown Roan Italian Spinone puppy. Playfully chewing his tail, he embodies youthful innocence and reminds us of life's simple joys. The sensory homunculus captures our attention next—a visual representation of how our brains perceive touch sensations across different body parts. It showcases the intricacies of our neural pathways and highlights the wonders of human physiology. As we delve deeper into understanding vision capabilities, an eyesight test chart emerges—reminding us that sight is both a gift and responsibility. This tool aids in assessing visual acuity while emphasizing the importance of caring for our eyesight. A nod to cinematic brilliance comes with "The Lady Killers. " This classic film captivates audiences with its clever plot twists and memorable characters—an artistic creation that stands the test of time. Venturing further into nature's realm brings us face-to-face with entomology specimens—delicate creatures preserved for scientific study. These specimens offer glimpses into Earth's biodiversity while igniting curiosity about insects' vital role in maintaining ecological balance. Returning once more to examine vision capabilities through another eyesight test chart reveals humanity's fascination with unraveling mysteries hidden within ourselves—the complexities that make each individual unique yet interconnected. The motor homunculus then beckons us—a striking illustration of how our brains control voluntary movements.