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Grand Central Terminal, NYC, 1929. The sun no longer shines through like that due to the surrounding tall buildings.
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47th Street, New York, 1957.
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Papaver somiferum, breadseed poppy, double variety.
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Ugh, this is really infuriating. I need to make a column chart in Excel (OSX 2011) where the columns have multiple elements. It needs to express data that look like this:

10,000 bagels were made.
Of which: 9,500 are relevant to this discussion,
Of which: 4,000 have poppy seeds,
Of which: 2,000 have poppy seeds on top and bottom,
Of which: 500 were spread with butter.

The leftmost column (total bagels sold) is solid, all one colour. The next column, same height, is two colours showing the relevant bagels vs. total bagels.

The next column, same overall height as the "relevant bagels" mark in the previous column, is two colours showing the bagels with poppy seeds vs. relevant bagels.

The next column, same overall height as the "with poppy seeds" mark in the previous column, is two colours showing the bagels with top and bottom poppy seeds vs. bagels with poppy seeds at all.

The next column, same overall height as the "poppy seeds top and bottom" mark in the previous column, is two colours showing the bagels spread with butter vs. bagels with top and bottom poppy seeds.

I am spinning my wheels here—no amount of futzing with the chart wizard is putting out anything like what I need. Halp?

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Papaver somniferum 'Lauren's Grape'.
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Dahlia 'AC Rosebud'.
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The best parts of this might be at 1:10 and 2:41 ( et seq ). Best viewed fullscreen.

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Lightning Eclipse from the Planet of the Goats
Image Credit & Copyright: Chris Kotsiopoulos (GreekSky)
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170716.html

Thunderstorms almost spoiled this view of the spectacular 2011 June 15 total lunar eclipse. Instead, storm clouds parted for 10 minutes during the total eclipse phase and lightning bolts contributed to the dramatic sky. Captured with a 30-second exposure the scene also inspired one of the more memorable titles (thanks to the astrophotographer) in APOD's now 22-year history. Of course, the lightning reference clearly makes sense, and the shadow play of the dark lunar eclipse was widely viewed across planet Earth in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. The picture itself, however, was shot from the Greek island of Ikaria at Pezi. That area is known as "the planet of the goats" because of the rough terrain and strange looking rocks.
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Hemerocallis 'Mary's Gold' day-lily.
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Nnnnno. 
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