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Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

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Yelp’s Wanderlust
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60 vendors…4 rooms… 1,500+ RSVPs…. three DJs, mimes, a silent disco, henna tattoos, fortune tellers, hair braiders, glow in the dark stencils, flamenco guitarist, face painting, private VIP lounge, endless totally free cocktails, painting stations, the best DJ in Dallas…. Latin, West African, Ethiopian, Indian Bollywood, belly dancers, Chinese dance performances &amp tons of international meals! I’d say Wanderlust, a cultural celebration of best local organizations, was a accomplishment! Thanks to all of our wonderful sponsors who produced this the largest, very best Yelp event Dallas has ever seen!

Cool Indian Tattoos pictures

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

A few good Indian Tattoos photos I identified:

Yelp’s Wanderlust
Indian Tattoos

Image by Yelp.com
60 vendors…4 rooms… 1,500+ RSVPs…. three DJs, mimes, a silent disco, henna tattoos, fortune tellers, hair braiders, glow in the dark stencils, flamenco guitarist, face painting, private VIP lounge, endless free cocktails, painting stations, the very best DJ in Dallas…. Latin, West African, Ethiopian, Indian Bollywood, belly dancers, Chinese dance performances &amp tons of international food! I’d say Wanderlust, a cultural celebration of leading neighborhood businesses, was a good results! Thanks to all of our wonderful sponsors who made this the greatest, greatest Yelp occasion Dallas has ever observed!

Yelp’s Wanderlust
Indian Tattoos

Image by Yelp.com
60 vendors…4 rooms… 1,500+ RSVPs…. three DJs, mimes, a silent disco, henna tattoos, fortune tellers, hair braiders, glow in the dark stencils, flamenco guitarist, face painting, private VIP lounge, endless free of charge cocktails, painting stations, the best DJ in Dallas…. Latin, West African, Ethiopian, Indian Bollywood, belly dancers, Chinese dance performances &amp tons of international food! I’d say Wanderlust, a cultural celebration of prime regional firms, was a accomplishment! Thanks to all of our amazing sponsors who made this the greatest, very best Yelp event Dallas has ever observed!

Cool Indian Tattoos photos

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

Check out these Indian Tattoos pictures:

Yelp’s Wanderlust
Indian Tattoos

Image by Yelp.com
60 vendors…four rooms… 1,500+ RSVPs…. 3 DJs, mimes, a silent disco, henna tattoos, fortune tellers, hair braiders, glow in the dark stencils, flamenco guitarist, face painting, private VIP lounge, endless free cocktails, painting stations, the very best DJ in Dallas…. Latin, West African, Ethiopian, Indian Bollywood, belly dancers, Chinese dance performances &amp tons of international meals! I’d say Wanderlust, a cultural celebration of best local companies, was a achievement! Thanks to all of our remarkable sponsors who made this the most significant, greatest Yelp occasion Dallas has ever seen!

Yelp’s Wanderlust
Indian Tattoos

Image by Yelp.com
60 vendors…four rooms… 1,500+ RSVPs…. three DJs, mimes, a silent disco, henna tattoos, fortune tellers, hair braiders, glow in the dark stencils, flamenco guitarist, face painting, private VIP lounge, endless free cocktails, painting stations, the ideal DJ in Dallas…. Latin, West African, Ethiopian, Indian Bollywood, belly dancers, Chinese dance performances &amp tons of international meals! I’d say Wanderlust, a cultural celebration of best regional firms, was a success! Thanks to all of our incredible sponsors who created this the most significant, very best Yelp event Dallas has ever observed!

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Sunday, March 29th, 2015

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6th Annual Henna Gathering – March 30 via April 1, 2012!
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Image by Henna by Heather – serving Boston and Providence
Registration and full information at www.HennaGathering.org

facebook group to coordinate travel with other attendees and speak henna:
www.facebook.com/groups/210473692339046/

Neeta Sharma – Indian Bridal &amp Simple Indian Shapes
Kim Brennan – Tattoo Fusion &amp Sophisticated Additions
Nic Tharpa Cartier – Advanced Techniques in Moroccan Henna &amp Swift and Dirty Mauritanian Henna
Deborah Brommer – Intro to Moroccan &amp Tropical Henna Designs
Noam Sienna – The (Early) History of Henna
Khadija Dawn Carryl – Henna and Ayurvedic All-natural Hair Care
Bridget Punsalang – Core Style Principles for Henna Artists
Robin Jaeckel – Two-toning Strategies
Olena Wilshanetsky – Pysanky III – Etched Ukranian Easter Eggs
Eakta Gandhi – Indian Eyebrow Threading
Holly Ferreira – Intro to Belly Dancing &amp Using Props in Bellydance
Jamilah Zebarth – Beginning Henna Design and style
Colleen Finnerty – Henna Mixology
Desi Conrad – Beyond Skin: Henna-inspired Fabric Art
Liz Ging – Resist Tactics
Jen Turner -Financial Literacy for Henna Artists
Genevieve (Nev) Levin – Botanical Henna Design and style
Shanthi Muthu – Rangavalli and Indian Dancercise

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Saturday, March 28th, 2015

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Image from web page 820 of “The American encyclopedia of history, biography and travel” (1857)
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Identifier: americanencyclop00blak
Title: The American encyclopedia of history, biography and travel
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: [Blake, William O.] [from old catalog]
Subjects: Planet history Biography
Publisher: Columbus, Published by J. &amp H. Miller
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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814 AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA. English factory at Bencoolen. Upon this coast he remained until 1691,when he identified implies to return residence, and, becoming in want of funds, soldhis home in a curiously painted or tattooed Indian prince, who wasshown as a curiosity, and who ultimately died of the small pox at Oxford.Danipier is next heard of as a commander, in the kings service, of a sloopof war of twelve guns and fifty guys, probably fitted out for a voyage ofdiscovery. Following experiencing a assortment of adventures with a discontent-ed crew, this vessel foundered off the Isle of Ascension, his men with diffi-culty reaching land. They had been released from this island by an EastIndia ship, in which Dampier came to England. He afterwards commandeda ship in the South Seas, and accompanied the expedition of CaptainWoodes Rogers as pilot. CAPTAIN WOODES ROGERS. This voyage was undertaken chiefly by the merchants of Bristol, Eng-land. Captain Woodes Rogers was appointed commander in chief, andWilliam Dampi

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Saturday, March 28th, 2015

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Microfinance in India
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Image by Peter Haden
Janice Giraldo, a University of Iowa researcher, receives a mendhi tattoo from Mrs. V.S. Rajalakshmi in Chennai, India on December 30, 2006. Rajalakshmi opened her organization manufacuring mendhi cones with a microfinance loan from Mahasemam Trust.

Road Trip 2005 668
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official drink of the trip – manzana lift.

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Saturday, March 28th, 2015

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om hand
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traditionally, the word ‘om’ is tattooed on the hand of a priest

Temp Tattoo from the Indians
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Friday, March 27th, 2015

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You think it’s straightforward taking all these clothes off the rack and hanging them up on the wall?
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Image by Ed Yourdon
(A lot more particulars later, as time permits)

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I initial visited London 40 years ago this month — en route to Paris exactly where I had been invited to give a seminar on the intricacies of designing on-line personal computer systems (which was regarded as a large deal in those ancient days of batch mainframe pc systems). I’ve been back as soon as or twice a year, every single year, considering that then so you would believe I would have observed every single nook and cranny of the city by now.

Not so, as it turns out: the vast majority of my London visits have involved a taxi ride from Heathrow to a hotel, conference center, or consulting client followed by a number of days of intense perform, typically in a windowless conference space and then a taxi back to Heathrow. Over the years, I’ve managed to see Brighton, Bath, Bournemouth, and Buckingham Palace I’ve walked about the mysterious stones of Stonehenge I’ve driven by means of the meadows of the Cotswolds and I’ve even been up to the Isle of Skye. But there are nevertheless an embarrassingly massive number of well-known, historic spots that I have not seen in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I should make a specific effort to see at least a couple of them.

I started with Camden Town, which is situated a couple miles north-northwest of Charing Cross in the center of the city. Like every thing else in London, it has a history: Wikipedia tells us that it got its name from Charles Pratt, the 1st Earl of Camden, that it was laid out as a residential district in 1791, and that it was situated on the London canal network. It has turn out to be a tourist attraction these days, with exotic markets and musical venues.

Camden High Street runs by way of the center of all this, and that is exactly where I spent my time watching folks, hunting into shop windows, and photographing everything that looked interesting. It really is a quick stretch of one-way street that reminded me a lot of Greenwich Village in New York City: there were hippies everywhere, with tattoos, body piercings, and wildly-colored dyed hair (green, purple, and chartreuse seemed to be quite popular), along with cheap t-shirt and clothes shops, Indian and Chinese food outlets, and lots of foreign accents from a variety of parts of Europe and Asia.

It took a couple of hours to be sure that I had noticed it all and after 400 photographs, I could inform that I was repeating myself, photographing the identical outlandish hippies that I had photographed an hour earlier. I winnowed out 80% of the photographs, and kept 80 that seemed to capture the spirit of the location.

And obtaining noticed it once, I never think I will want to go back and see it once again if I want to see hippies, it is a lot easier to take the subway down to Greenwich Village. But I am glad I saw it, and I will move on next to see what I can discover in Piccadilly Circus.

4 guys with hats, one guy with no
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Image by Ed Yourdon
(More details later, as time permits)

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I initial visited London 40 years ago this month — en route to Paris where I had been invited to give a seminar on the intricacies of designing on-line personal computer systems (which was considered a large deal in these ancient days of batch mainframe laptop systems). I’ve been back after or twice a year, every year, since then so you would think I would have seen each nook and cranny of the city by now.

Not so, as it turns out: the vast majority of my London visits have involved a taxi ride from Heathrow to a hotel, conference center, or consulting client followed by many days of intense operate, often in a windowless conference area and then a taxi back to Heathrow. More than the years, I’ve managed to see Brighton, Bath, Bournemouth, and Buckingham Palace I’ve walked about the mysterious stones of Stonehenge I’ve driven by way of the meadows of the Cotswolds and I’ve even been up to the Isle of Skye. But there are still an embarrassingly big quantity of popular, historic spots that I have not noticed in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I ought to make a unique effort to see at least a couple of them.

I began with Camden Town, which is located a couple miles north-northwest of Charing Cross in the center of the city. Like every little thing else in London, it has a history: Wikipedia tells us that it got its name from Charles Pratt, the 1st Earl of Camden, that it was laid out as a residential district in 1791, and that it was positioned on the London canal network. It has grow to be a tourist attraction these days, with exotic markets and musical venues.

Camden Higher Street runs through the center of all this, and that is where I spent my time watching people, seeking into shop windows, and photographing every thing that looked interesting. It really is a short stretch of 1-way street that reminded me a lot of Greenwich Village in New York City: there had been hippies everywhere, with tattoos, physique piercings, and wildly-colored dyed hair (green, purple, and chartreuse seemed to be quite well-liked), along with low-cost t-shirt and clothing shops, Indian and Chinese meals outlets, and lots of foreign accents from various parts of Europe and Asia.

It took a couple of hours to be sure that I had seen it all and following 400 photographs, I could tell that I was repeating myself, photographing the very same outlandish hippies that I had photographed an hour earlier. I winnowed out 80% of the photos, and kept 80 that seemed to capture the spirit of the spot.

And getting noticed it when, I don’t feel I’ll need to have to go back and see it once again if I want to see hippies, it really is a lot less complicated to take the subway down to Greenwich Village. But I’m glad I saw it, and I’ll move on next to see what I can discover in Piccadilly Circus.

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Friday, March 27th, 2015

Some cool Indian Tattoos pictures:

Effectively, possibly not so alone soon after all…
Indian Tattoos

Image by Ed Yourdon
(A lot more particulars later, as time permits)

*************************************

I initial visited London 40 years ago this month — en route to Paris where I had been invited to give a seminar on the intricacies of designing on-line computer systems (which was deemed a massive deal in these ancient days of batch mainframe laptop systems). I’ve been back once or twice a year, each year, given that then so you would feel I would have noticed each and every nook and cranny of the city by now.

Not so, as it turns out: the vast majority of my London visits have involved a taxi ride from Heathrow to a hotel, conference center, or consulting client followed by numerous days of intense work, often in a windowless conference area and then a taxi back to Heathrow. Over the years, I’ve managed to see Brighton, Bath, Bournemouth, and Buckingham Palace I’ve walked around the mysterious stones of Stonehenge I’ve driven by way of the meadows of the Cotswolds and I’ve even been up to the Isle of Skye. But there are still an embarrassingly massive number of well-known, historic spots that I have not observed in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I should make a specific work to see at least a couple of them.

I started with Camden Town, which is situated a couple miles north-northwest of Charing Cross in the center of the city. Like every thing else in London, it has a history: Wikipedia tells us that it got its name from Charles Pratt, the very first Earl of Camden, that it was laid out as a residential district in 1791, and that it was situated on the London canal network. It has grow to be a tourist attraction these days, with exotic markets and musical venues.

Camden Higher Street runs by way of the center of all this, and that’s exactly where I spent my time watching people, hunting into shop windows, and photographing every thing that looked interesting. It is a brief stretch of 1-way street that reminded me a lot of Greenwich Village in New York City: there have been hippies everywhere, with tattoos, physique piercings, and wildly-colored dyed hair (green, purple, and chartreuse seemed to be fairly popular), along with cheap t-shirt and clothing shops, Indian and Chinese food outlets, and lots of foreign accents from numerous parts of Europe and Asia.

It took a couple of hours to be certain that I had seen it all and right after 400 photographs, I could tell that I was repeating myself, photographing the same outlandish hippies that I had photographed an hour earlier. I winnowed out 80% of the pictures, and kept 80 that seemed to capture the spirit of the place.

And having observed it once, I do not believe I will need to go back and see it again if I want to see hippies, it’s a lot less complicated to take the subway down to Greenwich Village. But I’m glad I saw it, and I will move on next to see what I can discover in Piccadilly Circus.

Cool Indian Tattoos pictures

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

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Designina B.I.C. Tattoo 01
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Now @ Designina. New Tattoo Collection, inspired by the Brazilian Indian Couture.

Designina B.I.C. Tattoo 02
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Now @ Designina. New Tattoo Collection, inspired by the Brazilian Indian Couture.

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