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Went dancing again last weekend at the @cruciblemadison carnevale masquerade #somuchfun https://ift.tt/2VgGIYm
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Out at the Winternight Unseelie Masquerade. #dancingunderhill http://bit.ly/2FPObsM
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I got all dolled up for Winternight Unseelie Masquerade. http://bit.ly/2W87LWT
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ghosts that we knew (by ausloeserin)
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The White Horse M a r i k o iPhone XOctober 24, 2018 at 10:48AM https://flic.kr/p/Qf9wGL
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Shrouded in Mystery M a r i k o iPhone 6s

1st place Architecture/Buildings category of the International Photographer of the Year 2015

Nominee in the amateur category ‘FineArt’ of the Fine Art Photography Awards 2015

Honourable Mention in the category 'The Darkness’ of the Mobile Photography Awards 2016January 03, 2016 at 10:46AM https://flic.kr/p/CCAhMN
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Sailing ship Alcestis run aground, probably in Otago Harbour, 1880s National Library NZ on The Commons Photographer: David De Maus
Sailing ship Alcestis run aground, probably in Otago Harbour, 1880s
Dry plate glass negative
Reference No. 1/1-001036-G
De Maus Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand

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November 24, 2008 at 04:36PM https://flic.kr/p/5E6B5p
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Sailing ship Examiner in the Port Chalmers graving dock, February 1893 National Library NZ on The Commons Photographer: David De Maus
Sailing ship Examiner in the Port Chalmers graving dock, February 1893
Dry plate glass negative
Reference No. 1/1-002137-G
De Maus Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand

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Ship Garthsnaid, ca 1920s National Library NZ on The Commons Photographer: Alexander Harper Turner
Ship Garthsnaid, 1920
Glass copy negative
Reference No. ½-014494-G
De Maus Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand

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Santa Maria in Trastevere-Pavimento cosmatesco Hesperetusa October 01, 2012 at 03:03PM https://flic.kr/p/dfT43s

This is my #cat Saint Cyr, “Whatcha

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This is my #cat Saint Cyr, “Whatcha Cookin’? “ he asks, about a million times each time I’m cooking anything from @realhomechef #felinesouschef #catsinkitchens #cooking https://ift.tt/2PeILwr
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New #bandura #kobzar #linoprint in black and red (been working on this all summer) #art #printmaking #ink #blockprinting #edit https://ift.tt/2xljre9
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Edward Everard’s Printing Works, Bristol Richard and Gill Edward Everard’s Printing Works in Broad Street, Bristol was built in 1900. The Pre-Raphaelite style facade was designed by WJ Neatby, the chief designer for Doulton and Co. Much of the detail of the finished building stemmed from Everard’s own ideas. He was a great admirer of William Morris, the founder of the Arts and Crafts movement - and Morris is depicted on the right hand side of the facade with his print style. The Spirit of Literature is represented in the centre and on the left hand side is Gutenberg. Everard’s name is depicted in the Art Nouveau typeface he designed.

The printing works ran from Broad Street to Little John Street behind. Most of the building was demolished in 1970 but the facade was preserved as it is the largest decorative facade of its kind in Britain. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.
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New #bauta mask #linocut test prints. #art #blockprinting #venicianmask #chinecolle https://ift.tt/2NR3TVE
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Roboswan! #prismacolormarkers #recklessdeck #roboticcompanion #swan #gellyroll #art https://ift.tt/2AGlrlo

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