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Amy Winehouse photographed in London, c. 2004.

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Lake Hillier, the pink lake of Middle Island, in the Recherche Archipelago, off the southern coast of Western Australia.

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Barbette (Vander Clyde Broadway), photographed by George Hoyningen-Huene, c. 1926.

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Delerium, “Flowers Become Screens”, from the group’s eighth studio album ‘Semantic Spaces’. © 1994 Nettwerk

Georges Méliès (left, standing) as a medium in the lost film ‘Phantom Apparitions' (1910).

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Photography by Stefan Betz

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Lillian Gish in ‘The White Sister' (1923), directed by Henry King.

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Lillian Gish photographed by Carpenter in Los Angeles, c. 1916.

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Kraftwerk, “The Model” (German: “Das Model”), from the group’s seventh studio album ‘The Man-Machine' (German: ‘Die Mensch-Maschine). © 1981 EMI / Capitol

The Earth Goddess at the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The Spells, “The Age of Backwards”, from the group’s debut studio release, ‘The Age of Backwards' EP. © 1999 K Records

The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

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Talullah Bankhead in ‘Devil and the Deep' (1932), directed by Marion Gering.

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