Anatomical representation of the left tibia, condylar, cranial, caudal and cochlear aspects, of an adult elephant.
Black/white wash painting technique. Original canvas size: (w)53.7 x (h)51.0 cm. Original scanned size in pixels: (w)5856 x (h)8008 (400dpi). 4 drawings on canvas cropped to smaller sections for better web display at 150 dpi, combined to one final pdf-file. Final size in pixels per page 1: (w)450 x (h)362; page 2: (w)207 x (h)600; page 3: (w)234 x (h)600; page 4: (w)450 x (h)397.
Despotovic, Tatjana(University of Pretoria, 2006-12-08)
How can we speak of the action of the mind under any divisions, as of its knowledge, of its ethics, of its works, and so forth, since it melts will into perception, knowledge into act? Each becomes the other. Itself alone ...
Jooste, Yvonne; Malan, D.F. (Francois)(Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 2015-10)
Scattered mining was practised on Kusasalethu Mine (previously
Elandsrand Gold Mine) prior to 1998, but at deeper mining levels it was no
longer feasible, since it would have resulted in unacceptably high stress