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Helene Cooper - Africa - Liberia - The New York Times

Helene Cooper - Africa - Liberia - The New York Times -- Impressionistic Map illustration

hmmm good idea- whimsical hand drawn map for guests to identify key party stations...

Red Clay Farm Map made for White Rabbit Festival 2011 in Upper Economy, Nova Scotia - Sarah Burwash

Giant Pants of the '30s. Whereas in the 1920s casual clothes, while made in different materials, had been shaped the same as formal styles, the 1930s saw the development of fashions for sport and leisure that formed a separate entity. These included lounging pajamas—a major late-1920s and early-1930s fad—worn primarily at the seaside, and all manner of pants, shorts, playsuits, and culottes. This sporty costume, a cross between a long skirt and pants, worn with a camp-type shirt, won a prize…

This sporty costume, a cross between a long skirt and pants, worn with a camp-type shirt, won a prize in a California fashion show # Vintage trousers

Les Createurs de La Mode, 1910. Callot Soeurs salon

indypendent-thinking: “ Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 1 - Callot Sisters Salon (by CharmaineZoe) Callot Soeurs was a fashion design house opened in 1895 at rue Taitbout in Paris, France. It was operated by the four Callot sisters: Marie Callot.

"The Ents loved the great trees; and the wild woods, and the slopes of the high hills; and they drank of the mountain-streams, and ate only such fruit as the trees let fall in their path; and they learned of the Elves and spoke with the Trees." —J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers, Book 2, Chapter 4

Forest Paths by ajn elemans: "The Ents loved the great trees; and the wild woods, and the slopes of the high hills; and they drank of the mountain-streams, and ate only such fruit as the trees let fall in their path; and they learned of the Elves and spok