BIG PICTURES OF FLOWERS
- (Big Picture (magazine)) The Big Picture series provides teachers and post-16 students with up-to-date information on research findings in biology and medicine, and the social and ethical implications of this research.
- (The Big Picture (Michael W. Smith album)) The Big Picture is the third album by CCM artist Michael W. Smith, released in 1986. The title comes from "Pursuit of the Dream," in which it's heard a few times, but also applies to the variety of themes for young people to learn about from the songs.
- (The Big Picture (Elton John album)) The Big Picture is the twenty-sixth studio album by British singer/songwriter Elton John, released in 1997.
- (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
- The seed-bearing part of a plant, consisting of reproductive organs (stamens and carpels) that are typically surrounded by a brightly colored corolla (petals) and a green calyx (sepals)
- (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
- The state or period in which a plant's flowers have developed and opened
- (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
- A brightly colored and conspicuous example of such a part of a plant together with its stalk, typically used with others as a decoration or gift
big pictures of flowers - Big Picture
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Media Type: CD
Artist: BIG L
Title: BIG PICTURE
Street Release Date: 06/04/2002
Genre: RAP/HIP HOP
When the silky-voiced Big L was alive he was fast becoming the king of the lewd punch line. So it's too bad The Big Picture joins a slew of posthumous releases (Tupac, Notorious B.I.G.) that leave you feeling queasy. Would L be performing backflips in his grave over this final product? Probably not, since some of the creme de la creme of rap producers (DJ Premier, Pete Rock) were hauled in to do vocal patchwork when L hadn't completed a song. The numerous ill collabos don't hurt either. On "Platinum Plus" Big Daddy Kane tears it up like it was 1992, while the late Tupac's contribution to "Deadly Combination" is chilling. Big L's debut, Lifestyles Ov Da Poor and Dangerous, was one of the most vulgar hip-hop albums of all time (just remember his ultraviolent threats on "All Black" or "Danger Zone," where he raps "they said a real man won't hit a girl, well I ain't real, 'cause I beat bitches up"). So then it's no surprise that his narratives still revolve around unenlightened sexcapades and gunplay ("The Heist," "Casualties of a Dice Game"). "Ebonics," the unofficial slang dictionary classic, showcases L at his artistic apex. Thankfully, instead of a posthumous album rife with studio outtakes and butchered freestyles that shouldn't see the light of day (OK, so maybe two versions of the "The Heist" was unnecessary), this release gels well. --Dalton Higgins
“If you paint in your mind a picture of bright and happy expectations, you put yourself into a condition conducive to your goal.” ~ Norman Vincent Peale I have a list of things to do. And it is bloody long!!! But the main things, the big things, are the ones I am working on first. Get divorced. Find a new job. Move house. Those three things are my little list, the big one adds in all the complications that make those things seem nigh on impossible. This quote seemed to suit, I am focusing and on it like white on rice! :)
Big colourful picture of the flowers in my front garden
big pictures of flowers
Christopher Guest cowrote and directed this solid spoof about the pitfalls of believing your own hype. Kevin Bacon plays a high-minded would-be filmmaker whose student movie wins a prestigious national award and an invitation to Hollywood. Before he knows it, he is being wined and dined by agents, producers, and studio executives, who treat him like the new Orson Welles--until he starts making his first studio movie. Then he becomes bait for the piranha-like bottom-liners, who teach him the unfortunate lesson that the flavor of the week often gets eaten alive. Watch for Martin Short as a hilariously feckless agent and Jennifer Jason Leigh as a surprisingly chipper film student, given her black-rimmed eyes and all-black wardrobe. --Marshall Fine