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Deník Dity P. - tvarohové taštičky s povidlami

Deník Dity P. - tvarohové taštičky s povidlami

Deník Dity P. - tvarohové taštičky s povidlami

Deník Dity P. - tvarohové taštičky s povidlami

They say actions speak louder than words and sometimes a hug can perfectly communicate how you are feeling in times of sadness or celebration. Although it isn’t standard protocol, every now and again even royals break the rules and lean in for the embrace. We've put together a gallery of our favorite pictures of royals opening their arms wide. Not even the rain could put a damper on this sweet embrace between Prince Harry and 97-year-old Daphne Dunne during the royal's June 2017 visit to…

They say actions speak louder than words and sometimes a hug can perfectly communicate how you are feeling in times of sadness or celebration. Although it isn’t standard protocol, every now and again even royals break the rules and lean in for the embrace. We've put together a gallery of our favorite pictures of royals opening their arms wide. Not even the rain could put a damper on this sweet embrace between Prince Harry and 97-year-old Daphne Dunne during the royal's June 2017 visit to…

One Lost Cop - Duane Hanson

One Lost Cop - Duane Hanson

#Fredericclad #Thefarm

#Fredericclad #Thefarm

Duane Hanson, Woman with Dog, 1977    Duane Hanson was an American artist based in South Florida but born in Minnesota, a sculptor known for his lifecast realistic works of people, cast in various materials, including polyester resin, fiberglass, Bondo, or bronze

Duane Hanson, Woman with Dog, 1977 Duane Hanson was an American artist based in South Florida but born in Minnesota, a sculptor known for his lifecast realistic works of people, cast in various materials, including polyester resin, fiberglass, Bondo, or bronze

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Duane Hanson work at Stanford's Cantor Museum. No, it's not a person, it's a sculpture.

Duane Hanson work at Stanford's Cantor Museum. No, it's not a person, it's a sculpture.