A close-up shot of two bedroom dressers, made by Amish furniture makers, shows the details of the beautiful wood grain. You can almost feel the smoothness of each handmade drawer and knob.
An artistic shot of step stools lined up against the wall shows the detail and clean lines of Amish-made furniture. If you need a step stool to access a hard-to-reach place, a sturdy, handmade Amish step stool will do the job.
A red bass guitar on a stand is perfectly illuminated in this dramatic shot. Bass guitars are responsible for providing rhythm for a variety of musical styles and are similar to electric guitars in that they can be plugged into an amplifier.
Two metal burs sit side-by-side on a grayish-white background. While the burs may appear similar from afar, this close-up shot shows their detailed differences. The light reflects off of each bur, showing their different shapes and patterns.
A close-up shot shows a metal dental syringe upon a white table. This type of syringe supplies air and/or water to the oral cavity for flushing debris away from the area that the dentist is working on.
A vertical, full-body shot of an electric guitar is highlighted by a dramatic black background. The multi-colored, heavily grained wood makes this guitar as much a piece of art as a musical instrument.
This macro shot of purple tulbaghia violacea, also known as society garlic, was taken at a botanical garden in San Diego, California. Tulbaghia violcea is an attractive ornamental perennial that grows in clusters and smells distinctly of garlic.
Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi said none of his country's drones had been destroyed 'in the Strait of Hormuz or anywhere else', despite Trump's claim to have brought one down.
Daily Mail. Fri, 19 Jul 2019 13:52:08 +0100.
Tensions continue to rise with Iran after a U.S. warship shot down an Iranian drone. So is America headed to war in the Middle East? "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan joins "CBS Evening News" to explain.
CBS News. Thu, 18 Jul 2019 19:15:12 -0400.
Shot through by German machine gun bullets and tattered by the wind, an American flag that flew on the first U.S. invading ship on D-Day came home on Thursday in a White House ceremony. ...
Newsmax. Thu, 18 Jul 2019 18:03:15 EDT.