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Vaya Danzantes!!!

Para las Fiestas de San Lorenzo 2015 he diseñado la camiseta “Vaya Danzantes” para Chiquilindongui. El diseño ha sido realizado para dos colores de camisetas, blanco y verde. 7 more words

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Travel and Everything in Between (3): Stirling, Scotland

Stirling, Scotland. The land of Braveheart. William Wallace’s monument stands tall throughout the open fields. Right below it is the city of Stirling. Only 45,000 people living among it, yet one of the funniest, most exciting places I have visited. 730 more words

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With expectations raised for a big 2015, Arkansas' new hype video gets 'freaky'

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Arkansas released a new hype video on Friday titled, “When The Racks Go Up, The Freaks Come Out.”

If the three-minute clip is any indication, the Razorbacks are getting in stellar shape prior to their season-opener against UTEP on Sept. 96 more words

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Half and Half

I am not quite sure whether this exactly counts as half and half, but you could say it is half one picture and half another.  This is the Spirit of Scotland monument in my home town of Darvel at Loudon Hill where William Wallace fought against the English.   28 more words

Photography

Wallace Monument

Wallace Monument

Das Wallace Monument ist ein 67 m hoher vierkantiger Turm, welcher 1869 bei Stirling zum Gedenken an William Wallace errichtet wurde.

Der im neugotischen Stil erbaute Turm befindet sich 1,5 km nordöstlich von Stirling auf dem Berg Abbey Craig an der Straße nach Dunbley. 467 more words

Artworks Scotland

Featherfoot

After having spent two years or so living in the Bush I returned to Perth in 1995 and moved into a house in the suburb of Viveash, near the Swan River. 2,826 more words

Otherworlds

Traversing the Highlands of Scotland (Part 2)

“FREEDOM!!!” A very powerful word further popularized by an award-winning film Braveheart. We all have cried over the scenes of Murron’s execution, the betrayal and execution of William Wallace (played by Mel Gibson) and the final speech of Robert the Bruce.   1,862 more words

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