Scanning electron micrograph of part of a thale cress flower, showing the male and female reproductive organs. The female part of the flower, the pistil (the blue feathery structure on an olive green stalk), is at the centre of the image and contains egg cells (ovules) housed in an ovary. It is surrounded by the male parts, the stamens, which have their anthers coloured light green and their filaments brown. Photography by Stefan Eberhard
Yeah no most of me is just gonna stick with the top part. Their relationship was incredible. Personally i think labels confine it and diminish its importance. Friend or more they were two people with a unique connection in an endless universe.
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