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City Wall Defence Gatling Gun- Game Art

Just an excuse to draw a Gatling Gun, should one be required!


Day 13: Xi'an

On our first day in Xi’an, we visited the City Wall and rented bicycles to ride around the top of the 8.6 mile-long wall. Originally constructed in the 1300s, it was restored in the 20th century using bricks donated from the homes of the local people who volunteered to rebuild it. 153 more words


Heatwave in the Netherlands Part II

The heatwave in the Netherlands continues…

© Brian Megens


China - Day Six (Wednesday 27 May 2015).... A new addition to the family

Today was the day that I have been looking forward to most on our whole trip. A visit to the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’an. As I’m sure I’ve said before, I’m a bit of a history nerd and whilst in high school we studied the Qin dynasty which included a lot of work on the Terracotta Army. 1,599 more words


Terra Cotta Tricycles

I am so tired wow. We all had to wake up at 4 this morning to catch our flight to Beijing to Xi’an. It honestly wasn’t that bad because I hadn’t slept the past four nights anyway and I’m generally a morning person. 424 more words


Dubrovnik - A Unique View

Enjoy this aerial view of Dubrovnik as seen from above Fort Lovrijenac.  I was unable to locate the name of the photographer but still wanted to share.  Enjoy!