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12”x15” Textured Print with 2” Frame
I am discontinuing this print and only have two left! Very slight micro scratches on the frame. Retails for $65, bid as you will.
- Sneak peek from my latest film. I have cactus torn legs and all my clothes smell like burning sage...but what a great weekend filming with talented people 🎥❤️ Here are a few screenshots from a new film I’m working on with @zeisscinematographyamericas shooting on the awesome CP3 Cinema Lenses....more details soon.
- Mary G Ross received her aeronautical engineering certification in 1949 from UCLA. As a member of the Cherokee Nation she stated in an interview she "didn't mind being the only girl in the math class. Math, chemistry and physics were more fun to study than any other subject." 👩🔬⚗️⚛️ When World War II broke out Ross became a defense contractor in 1942 as a mathematician for Lockheed Aircraft. (LAist.com by: Mike Row) YouTube Bese Mary Golda Ross to learn more 📓 🤓 Ross worked on top secret assignments including planning missions to Mars, Venus and other parts of space. 🚀🌜👩🚀 Ross also wrote the third volume of NASA planetarium flight handbook which provided information and the future of space travel for the next 40 years. She also helped develop the Poseidon and Trident missiles. Throughout her tremendous work she encouraged other women as well as Native Americans to pursue STEM fields. (Photo1: LAist.com courtesy: Evelyn Ross McMillan) #marygross #hiddenfigure #space #STEM #girlscience #nativeamerican #cherokee #womensmonth #NASA #didyouknow #history #spacetravel #influence #sweetandsimplefacts #changetheworld #missions #worldwarII #kidscience #different #ijustlearned #teachthis
- If you ain’t first, you’re last. 🤷🏽♀️
- Mondays blues are always in style when it’s turquoise 💧