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Images Dated 20th October 2003

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Lytham St Annes for Sea Breezes and Sunshine, LMS poster, 1923-1947 Featured 20 Oct 2003 Print

Lytham St Annes for Sea Breezes and Sunshine, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS), promoting rail travel to the Lancashire coastal resort of Lytham St Annes, showing a young woman in a swimming costume, standing on sand dunes, with the sea in the background. Artwork by W Smithson Broadhead (from a photograph by Mendel Saidman). Dimensions: 975mm x 1270mm

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Artwork of a businessman with a mobile phone head Featured 20 Oct 2003 Print

Artwork of a businessman with a mobile phone head

Global communication. Computer artwork representing the concept of global communication. The image shows a businessman, backdropped against a city with his head replaced by a mobile telephone. The telephone is emitting wave signals (shown as coloured circles) and is displaying a picture of the globe. The mobile or cellular telephone has had a dramatic impact on the business world. Coupled with the use of laptop computers it is now possible to stay in touch with the business world without leaving one's home or car

© VICTOR HABBICK VISIONS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Daisy flower, SEM Featured 20 Oct 2003 Print

Daisy flower, SEM

Daisy flower. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a daisy flower with some florets removed. Daisy plants (family Asteraceae, formerly Compositae) have composite flowers comprising a central area of tubular disc florets (not seen) surrounded by larger ray florets (orange), which each have a single petal. During reproduction the disc florets are pollinated and form seeds known as cypselas (brown). The cypselas become detached from the daisy and are carried on the wind to new ground where they germinate. The small circular scars (right) show where each of the seeds was attached to the flower

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY