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Chichen Itza Main Temple: A fine addition to any home from The Schmidt Fine Art Gallery!

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Here at Schmidt fine art gallery, we are offering some of the most unique prints to make a fine addition to any art collection. Our art gallery includes many different prints with themes that will fit the needs of people with different tastes.

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Smithsonian and Creative Commons

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The Smithsonian—the world’s largest museum and research institution—announced yesterday Smithsonian Open Access, an initiative that removes copyright restrictions from 2.8 million digital collection 2D and 3D images and nearly two centuries of data.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art makes 375,000 images of public domain art freely available under Creative Commons Zero

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The release, which covers images of the great majority of the museum’s holdings, will enable anyone, anywhere to freely access, use, and remix photos of some of the world’s most well-known works of art.

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5 Easy Drinks you can make at home

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Steal the show at your next virtual happy hour with one of these five homemade “quarantinis.”

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Photographing Architecture: An interview with Chris Edwards

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Chris Edwards is good with people but hates photographing them. Instead, he shoots buildings. For nearly a decade, he made a career out of immortalizing them on film, so he knows that architectural photography—long thought of simply as documentation—is an art. Capturing the right angle of a building allows it to open up, much like the way an individual’s personality can be revealed in front of a camera.

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