This isn’t quite the type of snow we’re expecting to get lots of in the northeastern US tomorrow — but it’s close.
John F. Hall-Edwards’ Carbon dioxide snow (1913).
From Mary Francis Baker’s Florida Wild Flowers (1926).
In honor of #DarwinDay2018…
From Charles Darwin, F.R.S. (1872).
With Visits from the world of spirits…! (1791) #PageFrights may not be official this year but we’re keeping the spirit going.
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From William Wood’s Illustrations of the Linnaean genera of insects (1821). (Check out the full book for beautiful illustrations of butterflies, dragonflies, and more!)
It’s grey and cold here in Boston today so lets have a nice bright flower to start the week off right.
From Shirley Hibberd and F. Edward Hulme’s Familiar garden flowers (1879).
A seasonal classic this morning…