Description This chart, published over 100 years ago, shows the wings of different animals. From the fossilized pterodactyl to current flying animals – such as the wings of a pigeon, dragonfly, flying squirrel, flying lizard, etc. – this chart gives a nice cross-section of the wings of various insects and animals. The original artist of the diagram is not clear. However, the name “Millot” was found in the description.
Gil Warzecha Member Since July 2010 Artist Statement Most of the images I taken over the past 15 years have been done via my 35mm, but I have begun exploring the digital world. One of the areas that I've starting photographing are rare lithos. As well, I also enjoy working with clay. Examples of both my photography and pottery can also be found at http://gilwarzecha.deviantart.com/ .
Currently, I’m working on diversifying my portfolio via the internet. I have examples of my photography and pottery at http://gilwarzecha.deviantart.com/ , and t-shirts for sale at http://www.zazzle.com/gilwarzecha . In addition, I maintain two blogs; one announces different products at http://gilwarzecha-products.blogspot.com/ and the other - http://gilwarzecha.blogspot.com/ - provides free education & travel resources.
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