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The Royal library Black Diamond at the waterfront of Copenhagen owes its name to the black granite from Zimbabwe used for the facade of the building. The name was used by the public first and has been adapted officially later. Design by the Danish architects Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen. Photography by Mirage Bookmark Flickr.com Related:  gooood

MLS Educational Requirements to Becoming a Librarian - Library Land Index What does it take to become a Librarian? Most public and academic libraries require a master’s degree in library science (MLS) for employment. Similarly, the U.S. Government requires an MLS or the equivalent in education and experience. Where are the best schools to earn an MLS? At present, there are many programs offered across the country where a willing student can earn their master's degree in library science. As of 2006, the following institutions were accredited by the ALA: Online Options Some of the above schools offer online learning options. Program Requirements Most MLS programs require a bachelor’s degree, but no specific undergraduate program of study. Foundations of library and information science/the history of books and printing Intellectual freedom and censorship, and the role of libraries and information in society Selection and processing of materials Organization of information Reference tools and strategies, and user services Specialization School Librarianship

Its because I think too much: Galactic Manicure - StumbleUpon I loved how my glittery gradient mani turned out so much that I decided to do a variation on it, using the night sky as my inspiration! Here's how I did it: 1. Prep I grabbed deep navy, silver glitter, and gold glitter polish along with my favorite top coat. I also grabbed an orange stick and some nail art rhinestones. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Artistic Photo Editing of Everyday Built Environments | Designs &Ideas on Dornob - StumbleUpon Erik Johansson takes photo editing and manipulation to new levels with his ever-growing collection of creative, innovative and amazing scenes of altered architecture and unbelivable built environments, distorted objects and twisted imagery – all while preserving an eerie photo-realism from the original photographic subject. Given his emphasis on constructed objects, the care with which he crafts every detail of each image and controls the overall composition, it is perhaps no surprise that this photographer’s background is not in the arts but in computer engineering and interactive design. The rich three-dimensional complexity of each edited photograph is accomplished using exclusively two-dimensional computer editing tools and each work is based on a real photograph, manipulated, altered and added to in a layered and sequential process.

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The Six Most Beautiful Butterflies The Most Beautiful Butterflies: Blue Morpho Butterfly Calling the forests of Central and South America its home, the Blue Morpho Butterfly is one of the world’s largest butterflies. This fluttering creature’s wings are bright blue and have lacy black edges, the result of light reflecting off microscopic scales on the back of their wings. They are not all about aesthetics, however: the underside of this butterfly’s wing is a dull brown and serves as camouflage against predators. Ulysses Butterfly The Ulysses Butterfly (or Blue Mountain Swallowtail) inhabits the northeastern coast of Australia.

White Rabbit Theories Amazing Roads Photos | Beautiful Places - Geniusbeauty.com: Magazine for... Today I decided to add some more beautiful pictures to the “Beautiful Places” category. And this time it’s going to be amazing photos of roads. Yes, I really mean it, because even roads can be beautiful. If the copyright of any wallpaper or stock photo belongs to you, contact me and I’ll remove it!

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