The bridge by Lluis de Haro Sanchez

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The bridge by Lluis de Haro Sanchez Lluis de Haro Sanchez: Photos · Blog

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11 Content Marketing Tools To Promote Your Blog

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Effectively promoting content is often the most challenging variable in the content marketing craze.  Creating a quality article is one thing, but if you have built a bill board in the desert, almost no one is going to see your information.   

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Great list!

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Tapping Into the Emotional Side of Video Games: Developing Hope, Healing and Love

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Moogfest: celebrating the man, the machine and the music

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Each year thousands descend on the freak capital of the west, North Carolina’s Asheville, for an event dedicated to the culture-shaping synthesiser. Here, Hermione Hoby tells us why now, in its tenth year, the festival feels as much a testament to the man as to his Moog

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Fine Art of Needlework and Embroidery by Mireille Vautier

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Site internet de Mireille Vautier. Dessins, broderies et travaux.

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Cellular Glass Strands and Scientific Observation – Emily Williams Sculpture

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Columbus, GA artist, Emily Williams creates glass sculptures using a matrix of cellular glass strands through observation of the natural world. Emily creates intricate glass sculpture inspired by the natural world of ocean life and plant forms.

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Beautiful photograph and fascinating explanation of Emily Williams’ sculpture processes.

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Wayne Henderson, a Founder of the Jazz Crusaders, Dies at 74

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Mr. Henderson, a trombonist and composer who was a founding member of the Jazz Crusaders, called himself “a funkster at heart.”

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