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Another bit of serendipity when I stumbled upon Helen Timbury’s beautiful work. Helen is an Aussie graphic designer, illustrator and printmaker and I’m especially enamored of her lin…

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See this Instagram photo by @neilshigley • 27 likes

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I like the lines on the bird swirly. Also the effect of the leaves blowing in the wind. The brown and green blend in well together. I also love the shapes of the leaves and the white texture on the grass.

'Girl with a Cat' (1988) by Australian artist and printmaker Barbara Hanrahan (1939-1991). Linocut, edition of 35, 70.8 x 50.8 cm. via National Gallery of Australia

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Moment lemon shark bears razor sharp teeth in Jupiter, Florida

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The Most Dangerous Animal in the World

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