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Sunday, February 28th, 2016

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Sports Tattoos

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Ironman UK occasion in Bolton Sunday 31 July 2011 – and a spectator with some colourful tattoos.

Image from page 210 of “Schley and Santiago an historical account of the blockade and final destruction of the Spanish fleet beneath command of Admiral Pasquale Cervera, July 3, 1898” (1902)

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

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Image from page 210 of “Schley and Santiago an historical account of the blockade and final destruction of the Spanish fleet beneath command of Admiral Pasquale Cervera, July 3, 1898” (1902)
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Title: Schley and Santiago an historical account of the blockade and final destruction of the Spanish fleet under command of Admiral Pasquale Cervera, July three, 1898
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Graham, George Edward, 1866- Schley, Winfield Scott, 1839-1911
Subjects: Santiago, Battle of, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, 1898 Spanish-American War, 1898
Publisher: Chicago, W. B. Conkey firm

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rn of the Reina Mercedesand exploded. The two right after-guns then spoke, and thenthe entrance of the harbor of Santiago de Cubawas shut out of vision from the battleship. By this time the little cruiser New Orleanshad come in range, and the forts had been openinga steady fire from what had been evidently higher-energy modern guns. The shells dropped thickand quickly over or quick of the Massachusetts,and the American blue-jackets jeered andlaughed at the negative aim of the Spaniards. Onevery nicely-put shot went close, through theupperworks of the Massachusetts, but it did nothit anything and just created a splashing inthe water upon the other side of the battleship. Properly, the dagoes are receiving a little bet-ter, mentioned a sailor. The remark triggered one more waggish blue-jacket to say: Oh, give them a year and they will learnto shoot. The extended rifles of the New Orleans were bythis time playing a tattoo on the low-lying fortsnear the entrance, so as to draw their fire andascertain their range, and the Iowas biggest

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&lt^smgm, Copyright, iy02, by V . B. Conkey Firm. T/iey are all out and coming to the west(xvii) AND SANTIAGO lyy twelve-inch guns had been hurling steel projectilesinto the harbor entrance. The forts kept up a best cannonade andsome of their shots have been effectively aimed, so far asthe variety was concerned, but they were noteffective. The Cristobal Colon opened fire with her bigguns, but her shells in no way once came near theline. Soon after operating a mile to the eastward theMassachusetts, followed by the other Americanwarships, circled about and ran back more than verynearly the exact same course, steaming west bysouth. On receiving near the exact same range atwhich the firing opened before, the warshipsfired with their starboard batteries, and afterdelivering a single round drew out of the Span-iards variety, Commodore Schley saying as hestepped to the quarter-deck: Effectively, we let them know that we have someammunition, and I know their capacity fordefense. For half an hour following the ships had passed a mile out of the rang

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Image from web page 88 of “The landing-force and little-arm directions, United States Navy, 1905” (1905)
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Title: The landing-force and small-arm instructions, United States Navy, 1905
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel Fullam, William F. (William Freeland), 1855-1926 United States Naval Institute
Subjects: United States. Navy United States. Navy United States. Navy
Publisher: Annapolis, Md., Naval Institute

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rning, guard-mounting need to adhere to morning parade. (six) Fatigue is the signal for policing camp or quarters, and forworking-parties to commence perform. (7) Drill-get in touch with is usually sounded after the morning fatigue du-ties have been performed, or following dinner. (eight) Assembly, signal to type by organizations. (9) Recall from drill is the signal for drill to cease. (ten) Dinner-contact, usually at noon. (11) Retreat at sunset, when the troops should appear underarms, climate permitting orders and detail for the following dayare published then. (12) Supper-call normally follows parade. (13) Tattoo not earlier than 9 nor later than ten.30 p. m. (14) Taps from fifteen to thirty minutes following tattoo. (15) To Arms is the signal of alarm. The command shouldturn out beneath arms. (16) The basic is the signal to break camp and prepare tomarch. Camping, Bivouacs, Cantonments.BIVOUACS. 87 23. (1) In fine climate the bivouac is far more healthy than thecamp, especially if operating in a wooded country where fires

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Plate two.Rubber-blanket Art. 23.as a shelter-tent. can be maintained very easily. (Plates2 and three.) (two) In picking a internet site for abivouac, wood and water are thegreat requisites a good supplyof the former is all the moreessential if the nights are cold. (three) The fires need to be soconstructed as not to be seenfrom the distance, to be quicklyextinguished, to admit of manygathering around them, and atthe very same time to economize fuel.As a rule, if warmth is desired,see that the fire is kept close tothe ground if light is wanted,elevate it iy2 or 2 feet above theground. CANTONMENTS. 24. (1) Cantonments are theinhabited areas which troopsoccupy for shelter when not putinto barracks. (two) The bg. c. indicates theplace where the command shallassemble in case of alarm. It uJ-fi fTQOO yards. I I I I • © © f® &gt 4i 4t 4« h four* A A* A i qo * ® 1 Plate 3. Art. 23Bivouac.a a a a Double sentries, b b, Choose-ets, c, Assistance of outpost, d, Mainbody, e, Kitchens, f, Business offi-cers, g,

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Friday, January 24th, 2014

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Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

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Physique Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

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Physique Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009
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Physique Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July 10, 2009
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Physique Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

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Body Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009
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Physique Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July 10, 2009
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Body Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

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Body Art, Vancouver Island Music Fest, July ten, 2009
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July 4th 2010 Parade in Cayucos, CA – an exhibition of Americana Patriotism Central Coast California Culture

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

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July 4th 2010 Parade in Cayucos, CA – an exhibition of Americana Patriotism Central Coast California Culture with few peers. 54 pictures of flags, cheers, music, civic organizations, military, 1st responders, entrepreneurs, dancers, youngsters, adults, boats, tractors, floats, candy, leis, flower necklace, musical instruments, dogs in costume, mermaids, beauty queens, drag queens, belly dancers, fire engines, fire trucks, police cars, streamers,dancers, acrobats, gymnastics, gymnasts, bikes, stilts, clowns, cross dressers, balloons, hula skirts, god, jesus, freaks, body art, tattoos, smiles, euphoria, cleavage, tank tops, sports bras, kelp, kelp horns, instruments, sharks, hats, wild colors, tacos, BBQ, barbecue, food, celebration, families, unicycles, beautiful people, individuals watching, and significantly much more. A effectively-behaved far more-or-significantly less alcohol-cost-free and a lot more-or-significantly less cigarette-totally free event. You had to be there to appreciate this crowd. Photo by &quotMike&quot Michael L. Baird, mike [at} mikebaird d o t com, flickr.bairdphotos.com Shooting a Canon EOS 5D 12.eight MP Digital SLR Camera, Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L II IS USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras, with circular polarizer, handheld. Most shots in this series have been shot wide open to slightly blur the background to obtain viewer concentrate on the subject. To use this photo, see access, attribution, and commenting recommendations at www.flickr.com/people/mikebaird/#credit – Please add comments/notes/tags to add to or correct info, identification, etc.
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July 4th 2010 Parade in Cayucos, CA – an exhibition of Americana Patriotism Central Coast California Culture

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

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July 4th 2010 Parade in Cayucos, CA – an exhibition of Americana Patriotism Central Coast California Culture
Cross Tattoos

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July 4th 2010 Parade in Cayucos, CA – an exhibition of Americana Patriotism Central Coast California Culture with few peers. 54 photos of flags, cheers, music, civic organizations, military, 1st responders, entrepreneurs, dancers, little ones, adults, boats, tractors, floats, candy, leis, flower necklace, musical instruments, dogs in costume, mermaids, beauty queens, drag queens, belly dancers, fire engines, fire trucks, police vehicles, streamers,dancers, acrobats, gymnastics, gymnasts, bikes, stilts, clowns, cross dressers, balloons, hula skirts, god, jesus, freaks, body art, tattoos, smiles, euphoria, cleavage, tank tops, sports bras, kelp, kelp horns, instruments, sharks, hats, wild colors, tacos, BBQ, barbecue, meals, celebration, families, unicycles, lovely men and women, men and women watching, and considerably more. A well-behaved more-or-significantly less alcohol-free of charge and far more-or-significantly less cigarette-totally free occasion. You had to be there to appreciate this crowd. Photo by &quotMike&quot Michael L. Baird, mike [at} mikebaird d o t com, flickr.bairdphotos.com Shooting a Canon EOS 5D 12.8 MP Digital SLR Camera, Canon EF 70-200mm f/two.8L II IS USM Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras, with circular polarizer, handheld. Most shots in this series had been shot wide open to slightly blur the background to achieve viewer focus on the topic. To use this photo, see access, attribution, and commenting suggestions at www.flickr.com/people/mikebaird/#credit – Please add comments/notes/tags to add to or appropriate info, identification, and so on.
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Monday, December 23rd, 2013

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