A photographer captures the majestic image of a horse on film. The horse's neck and head is centered in the frame, with a rural image blurred in the background. The white horse has a majestic neck, a beautiful head, a big eye, and perky ears.
This neat little table lamp looks real perky with its green lampshade and its flexible, black neck! Simply plug it into the wall outlet and flip on the switch. Studying or writing with such a table lamp makes it easier to see the task at hand.
Bass guitars look similar to electric guitars but have a longer neck and provide a deeper sound. They also have four, five, or six strings, with the most common configuration being four strings as shown in this rendering of a red bass guitar.
Bass guitars provide the rhythm for many types of music including rock, metal, pop, blues, and jazz music. This artistic image of a red bass guitar showcases the fretboard with four strings, magnetic pickups, and a wooden neck.
Perfume is housed in a small, crystal bottle, then attached to a chain that will allow it to be worn around a woman's neck. Perfume necklaces are a unique gift, and allow a woman to always have her favorite scent close at hand.
Two plush toys are photographed on a green background. The white and tan dog has a barrel around its neck, indicating it is a St. Bernard. The black and tan dog wears a red collar. Both plush dogs would make excellent companions for a young child.
A young woman is photographed wearing a simple black dress. The woman's long brown hair cascades over one shoulder. The black dress has a scooped neck and short sleeves, and is free of any intricate design elements.
A woman holds an amber bottle of perfume to her neck, ready to apply it. Some women have favorite perfumes, while others like certain perfumes for specific occasions. Some perfumes are very distinct, and remind you of certain people.
The Vatican's Swiss Guard has worn the same metal helmets since the 1500s. Now, after centuries of neck pain and burns from the Sun, they've switched to 3D-printed plastic.
Michele Debczak. Mental Floss. Fri, 22 Feb 2019 13:30:00 -0500.
People with diabetes have a 35 percent higher risk of experiencing low back pain and 24 percent higher risk of having neck pain than those without diabetes, researchers have found.
Science Daily. Thu, 21 Feb 2019 14:23:02 EST.