a bed full of roses by nami64 on deviantART

Henry VII (Henry Tudor, Lancaster heir, so the 'Red rose' emblem) and Elizabeth of York (York heir, so 'White rose') and with their union as King and Queen of England, they put an end to the War of the Roses.


For the amazing coppermarigolds. =] Returning to a softer palette w/ hard lighting, I missed this style.

Couple Drawings, Chinese Painting, Chinese Art, Couple Art, Art Story, 2d Art, Anime Boys, El Anime, Asian Art

Đại Lam - Đường Dao

Đại Lam - Đường Dao

The same brooch The same pearls The same love. Beautiful photo of Queen and Prince Philip.

The same brooch The same pearls The same love.

I really do admire Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Phillip.how Prince Phillip has been supporting the queen for the past 60 years.not to mention i think they make a good looking couple too. Long live the Queen and Prince Phillip.

Mary Queen of Scots by François Clouet, wife of Francois II.  Needs attribution. No, really.

Mary Queen of Scots by François Clouet. She was of Stewart and Tudor blood, and her husband was a Stuart. As first cousin to Elizabeth I of England, her son James became heir to the throne of England and Scotland, and thus, the United Kingdom.

Mary II (1662 - 1694). Daughter of King James II and Anne Hyde. She married William of Orange and had no children.

'Queen Mary II' by Jan Verkolje. Mary ruled England jointly alongside her husband William III, after they overthrew her catholic father, James II. Her sister Anne succeeded Mary and William after their respective deaths in 1694 and

Luckenbooth Brooches from Edinburgh, Scotland (in the 1700's) were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. Features two intertwined hearts - Scotland's Thistle and Mary Queen of Scot's crown. <> (Scottish, celtic, celts, jewelry)

Celtic: Luckenbooth Brooches from Edinburgh, in the were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. Features two intertwined hearts, Scotland's Thistle, and Mary, Queen of Scots' crown.

"Could the Sea be Conscious? Research Reveals How Tiny Plankton Behave like a Marine 'Megamind'"...    "Findings could help researchers understand why some species are impossible to grow in isolation." As we study different forms of consciousness, we study ourselves...       http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2278137/Could-sea-conscious-Research-reveals-tiny-plankton-behave-like-marine-microbial-megamind.html#ixzz2L1FJJLRU Thanks to the Schwartz Newsletter for posting.

Could the sea be conscious? Research reveals how tiny plankton behave like a marine 'megamind'

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