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Saturday, January 9th, 2016

A couple of nice Fire Tattoos pictures I discovered:

House sweet house –
Fire Tattoos

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Copper Masonic lantern door with lodge space piercings.

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Seven points of Indented Skirting at the bottom, every single produced using two lengthy slits and one modest punched hole, represent the 1st 100 years of the lodge. The seven points at the leading represent the next 100 years. From the outdoors point there are 5 holes beside 3 holes and then 3 single holes.

On either side are columns which are joined at the best with a Keystone. The columns are separated into three sections. The bottom is made with three holes, the second is produced with 5 holes and the third best section is produced with seven holes.

Below the Keystone is the Eye of God with a huge hole in the centre surrounded by eight smaller sized holes, which total nine holes. There are seven long slits more than the eye and five underneath. Beneath the Keystone are three holes.

Inside the letter ‘G’ are three sets of seven small holes.

There are 3 vertical lines produced with two extended slits to represent 3 candles with a single punched hole to represent the flame of the candle.

To their correct is a vertical line produced from 4 extended slits to represent a wand in its post hole. There are 7 modest holes which connect th the top of the wand representing a ray of light.
Above that is a ray of light produced with five holes. There are five mirrored holes on the other side representing one more ray of light.

In the centre are tho slits with one small hole to represent a Masonic kneeling stool. Above that are three horizontal slits to represent the top of the Masonic Altar. Above that is one particular modest hole between two horizontal slits to represent the Volume of the Sacred Law.

The entire image is designed with repetitive punches of three, five, 7 and 9 which are considerable in Masonry. The major image is comprised employing one hundred strikes, each one to represent one particular year of the lodge’s existence.

Barn lanterns had been typically hung in the 4 corners of a barn to let farmers to perform safely with no worry of burning down a wooden building filled with straw and other combustibles. The cuts point outwards so no wind, even a very powerful wind could not blow out the flame. If a lantern is dropped, the interior stress produced snuffs the candle flame. In Ontario in the 1800’s there was a law which only allowed these kinds of lanterns to be utilized. Lanterns with glass sides shattered reasonably simply which meant a a lot higher fire hazard.

When walking on paths and across fields it was colon for farmers and their family members to carry a single of these lanterns, not to guide their way simply because they did not create adequate illumination, but to enable other family members and buddies to watch their progress fron afar to make sure their security.

The cone on the top of the lantern has an additional interesting set of piercings which I designed to honour Masonic tradition and to release the heat from the candle. Beeswax candles operate best. Contemporary paraffin candles sag and melt rapidly simply because if the interior create up of heat.

The copper utilised to make this and it really is twin lantern is of such great top quality that it will oxidize but it will not turn green like the copper used on church roofs.

The only wood that the copper, tin or bronze can be used as as base when striking is difficult maple. Piercing is a actual art requiring a lot practice. It really is fairly east to strike this copper also challenging which would result in an unrepairable tear in the copper. The image to be cut and pierced have to be etched in mirror image.

I was lucky sufficient that Master Tinsmith, John Maguire and his seven year apprentice had been able to complete these projects before they left Black Creek Pioneer Village. John discovered his trade as a young man in England. His function was prime secret as he worked in production, below intense time pressure, re skinning the bodies of the WW II bombers which had been shot up.

Inside the lantern was soldered a copper Canadian penny of the year that the lodge celebrated its 109th. Birthday as nicely as an American penny in which an individual had impressed a Square and Compasses.

Ontario Fire Marshalls have approved these lanterns as safe, even in old Masonic Temples. This lantern was inspired by an old Masonic barn lantern at Heritage Lodge No. 730 which is above the Tinsmith Shop at Black Creek Poineer Village in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

A individual could actually have this pattern branded making use of a single of these hot lanterns if it were to be pressed on a person’s back. Of course it would be a mirror image. It would be intriguing to see if the desifpgn could be impressed into a sheet of paper or even transferred employing pastels. On the other side of the lantern is the logo of University Masonic Lodge No. 496 in Toronto. A tattoo would be painful enough.

He gave me £20, and now he wants to take me residence. I never believe so.

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

A few good Indian Tattoos photos I discovered:

He gave me £20, and now he wants to take me property. I never believe so.
Indian Tattoos

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I very first 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 pc systems (which was regarded a massive deal in those ancient days of batch mainframe laptop systems). I’ve been back after or twice a year, every year, considering that then so you would feel I would have noticed 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 many days of intense function, 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 via the meadows of the Cotswolds and I’ve even been up to the Isle of Skye. But there are nonetheless an embarrassingly huge quantity of renowned, historic spots that I have not observed in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I need to make a specific work 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 everything 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 located on the London canal network. It has turn out 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’s where I spent my time watching people, searching into shop windows, and photographing almost everything that looked interesting. It’s a quick stretch of 1-way street that reminded me a lot of Greenwich Village in New York City: there had been hippies everywhere, with tattoos, body piercings, and wildly-colored dyed hair (green, purple, and chartreuse seemed to be really popular), along with low cost t-shirt and clothing shops, Indian and Chinese meals outlets, and lots of foreign accents from a variety of parts of Europe and Asia.

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

And possessing noticed it once, I do not think I will want to go back and see it once more if I want to see hippies, it is a lot less difficult 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 locate in Piccadilly Circus.

I have a brother at residence who just *loves* redheads. Would you mind if we send your photo to him?

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

A couple of good Indian Tattoos photos I found:

I have a brother at home who just *loves* redheads. Would you thoughts if we send your photo to him?
Indian Tattoos

Image by Ed Yourdon
(More details later, as time permits)

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I first 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 pc systems). I’ve been back as soon as or twice a year, each year, considering that 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 a number of days of intense operate, often in a windowless conference room 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 through the meadows of the Cotswolds and I’ve even been up to the Isle of Skye. But there are nonetheless an embarrassingly big quantity of well-known, historic spots that I have not observed in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I must make a special 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 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 where I spent my time watching individuals, looking into shop windows, and photographing almost everything that looked exciting. It really is a brief stretch of one particular-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 fairly popular), along with cheap t-shirt and clothes 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 noticed it all and after 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 photographs, and kept 80 that seemed to capture the spirit of the spot.

And possessing observed it once, I don’t believe I’ll need to have to go back and see it again if I want to see hippies, it’s a lot less difficult 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 uncover in Piccadilly Circus.

Tiny hippies following bigger hippies
Indian Tattoos

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

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I very first 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 pc systems (which was regarded a huge deal in those ancient days of batch mainframe pc systems). I’ve been back after or twice a year, each and every year, because then so you would believe I would have seen 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 operate, frequently 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 nevertheless an embarrassingly big number of well-known, historic spots that I have not observed in London so on this most recent trip, I decided I must make a unique effort to see at least a couple of them.

I began with Camden Town, which is positioned a couple miles north-northwest of Charing Cross in the center of the city. Like everything 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 positioned on the London canal network. It has become 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 where I spent my time watching folks, searching into shop windows, and photographing everything that looked exciting. It is a quick stretch of 1-way street that reminded me a lot of Greenwich Village in New York City: there were hippies everywhere, with tattoos, physique piercings, and wildly-colored dyed hair (green, purple, and chartreuse seemed to be really well-liked), along with inexpensive t-shirt and clothing shops, Indian and Chinese meals outlets, and lots of foreign accents from different 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 inform that I was repeating myself, photographing the identical outlandish hippies that I had photographed an hour earlier. I winnowed out 80% of the images, and kept 80 that seemed to capture the spirit of the place.

And having noticed it as soon as, I don’t think I’ll want to go back and see it 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’ll move on subsequent to see what I can find in Piccadilly Circus.

Image from web page 132 of “Shans at residence” (1910)

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

A couple of nice Cartoon Tattoos pictures I discovered:

Image from page 132 of “Shans at home” (1910)
Cartoon Tattoos

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Identifier: cu31924023077252
Title: Shans at home
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Milne, Leslie, Mrs., 1860-1952 Cochrane, Wilbur Willis
Subjects: Shan (Asian folks)
Publisher: London : J. Murray

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pools,neither boys nor girls are reallyrough or unkind in their play.They bathe naked until nine orten years of age then wearpetticoats, tied tightly beneath thearms. Shans do not excel inswimming, and, as they knowthe danger of the powerful cur-rents and whirlpools in greatrivers, hardly ever attempt to crossfrom shore to shore, contentingthemselves by swimming closeto the banks downstream. Young children, and grown-up peopletoo, are fond of playing practicaljokes. If they find a dead snake they can not resist the enjoyable of putting it, coiled as ifalive, in grass close to a path. They watch withdelight the sudden cease and speedy retreat of thosewho, coming along the path, see the dangerousreptile. At times a woman, generating a detour toavoid the snake, finds the laughing children crouch-ing behind bushes. As a rule she is not angry, but,following enjoying the joke against herself, squats downamong them to enjoy the enjoyable, waiting with themuntil the practical joke has been successfully playedon some a single else.

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DRAWING OF A BUFFALOBY A SHAN SCHOOLBOY. CHAPTER V YOUNG Guys AND MAIDENS A Shan boy is considered to have reached manhoodwhen he has been tattooed. Until he has enoughcourage to endure the painful and attempting operationhis status is that of a youngster. Plucky boys may possibly betattooed as early as twelve years old, but much more oftenthey wait till they are fourteen. Shans probablylearned this custom from the Burmans, as the Siamese,who are so closely connected to them, tattoo themselvesvery slightly, or not at all. Shan males are alwaystattooed sometimes only one particular leg has its bluedecorations, but the rule is to tattoo both legs fromwaist to knee, the thighs becoming fully coveredwith an elaborate design and style in dark blue. This orna-mentation does not often finish at the knees, butmay be continued to the ankles. The backs of boysare seldom tattooed, although patterns on the backfrom the waist to the shoulders, occasionally in blue,far more usually in red, are added from time to time. Theleg styles are normally significantly m

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Image from page 64 of “Dialoghi di don Antonio Agostini archivescovo di Taracona, intorno alle medaglie, inscrittioni, & altre antichità” (1625)
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Title: Dialoghi di don Antonio Agostini archivescovo di Taracona, intorno alle medaglie, inscrittioni, &amp altre antichità
Year: 1625 (1620s)
Authors: Agustín, Antonio, 1517-1586 Sada, Dionigi Ottaviano
Subjects: Numismatics, Roman Coins, Ancient Medals
Publisher: Roma, appresso Andrea Fei à spese di Pompilio Totti, &amp Andrea Montano

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Ma inanzi che noi parliamo della Vittoria, voglio entrare in vnaltra chechiamanoTr&ltt»fli«//iM$ , la quale nelle medaglie dAdriano li vede appoggiataad vna colonna,&amp nella mano delira tiene vn battone, o fcettro,&amp in alcunedAntonino Pio ha nella medefima vn timone, &amp nella liniftra due fpighe digrano, moftrando labbondanza del grano, che fi può portar per mare intempo tranquillo,&ampeccoui le medaglie. VICTO. D I A LO G O

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Image from page 509 of “Missionary travels and researches in South Africa : including a sketch of sixteen years’ residence in the interior of Africa, and a journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda, on the west coast, thence across the continent, down

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Some cool Egyptian Tattoos pictures:

Image from web page 509 of “Missionary travels and researches in South Africa : such as a sketch of sixteen years’ residence in the interior of Africa, and a journey from the Cape of Great Hope to Loanda, on the west coast, thence across the continent, down
Egyptian Tattoos

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Title: Missionary travels and researches in South Africa : including a sketch of sixteen years’ residence in the interior of Africa, and a journey from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda, on the west coast, thence across the continent, down the river Zambesi, to the eastern ocean
Year: 1857 (1850s)
Authors: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 Arrowsmith, John, 1790-1873, ill Want, Henry, ill Whymper, Josiah Wood, 1813-1903, ill Picken, Thomas, d. 1870, lithographer Livingstone, David, 1813-1873, inscriber. DSI Vavasseur, Mrs., fl. 1857, former owner. DSI Thesiger, Wilfred, 1910- former owner. DSI Moffat, Robert, 1795-1883, annotator. DSI Larkins, J., binder. DSI Howell, Marmaduke G., former owner. DSI Cooke, Robert, former owner. DSI Day &amp Son., lithographer T. &amp R. Annan, photographer. DSI William Clowes and Sons, printer St. Leonards School, former owner. DSI Russell E. Train Africana Collection (Smithsonian Institution. Libraries) DSI
Subjects: Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 Missions
Publisher: London : J. Murray

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No. 1. A Londa ladys mode of wearing the hair. shoulders, together with their general characteristics, again remindedme of the ancient Egyptians. A number of were observed with the upwardinclination of the outer angles of the eyes, but this was notgeneral. A few of the ladies adopt a curious custom of attachingthe hair to a hoop which encircles the head, giving it somewhatthe appearance of the glory round the head of the Virgin (wood-cut No. 1). Some have a little hoop behind that represented inthe woodcut. Others put on an ornament of woven hair and hideadorned with beads. The hair of the tails of buffaloes, whichare to be found additional east, is at times added. This is 2 G 450 MODES OF DRESSING THE HAIR. Chap. XXIT, represented in No. two. Whilst others, as in No. 3, weave theirown hair on pieces of hide into the type of buffalo-horns, or,

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as in No. 4, make a single horn in front. The features givenare frequently met with, but they are by no means universal.Many tattoo their bodies by inserting some . black substance

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1970-09-Torchlight Tattoo-White Residence & Watergate-14

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Check out these Flag Tattoos images:

1970-09-Torchlight Tattoo-White Property & Watergate-14
Flag Tattoos

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The History of the Stars and Stripes is depicted by troops of the 1st Battalion (Reinf), 3rd Infantry (The Old Guard), Commanded by Colonel Myron E. Lee, Jr., Ft. Myer, Va., throughout &quotTorchlight Tattoo&quot presented on the South Lawn of the White Residence Labor Day, September 7, 1970. Represented are flags of the Union.

The life of a saltwater fish tank owner is a genuine breeze. We wear fine clothing, drink mimosas, speak about the troubles of the day. We surely never ever lug 20 buckets (not shown, but think me, it happens weekly) of water into the residence for a water alter!

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Verify out these Love Tattoos images:

The life of a saltwater fish tank owner is a real breeze. We put on fine clothing, drink mimosas, speak about the problems of the day. We definitely never ever lug 20 buckets (not shown, but believe me, it takes place weekly) of water into the property for a water change!
Love Tattoos

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I enjoy how the camera (two cameras ago for me) chose to concentrate on the bucket located bottom right rather than the human taking up the rest of the frame. Ah the days before face detection. We’ll inform our grandkids about it, but in these stories we’ll be running barefoot in the snow from flame breathing dinosaurs (uphill and on the way to college of course).

Floral Henna & beyond
Love Tattoos

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Enjoy the spatial stretching.
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