@ds106dc #ds106 Harry the hipster #tdc1737 .
image of angel by By Bernhard Plockhorst – http://eu.art.com/asp/sp-asp/_/PD–10302816/SP–A/IGID–1009314/Blessed_Are_the_Children.htm?sOrig=CAT&sOrigID=12124&ui=6C19473B2A154BB399A10A16F08022BB, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2005014
Easily to guess password: anybody can come in.
NOT A GIF TODAY, But Flowers for a lady.
A beautiful scene. Death looms over this picture that Remington made in the West.
this painting is from http://www.nga.gov/feature/remington/remington15.shtm
Frederic Remington, Coming to the Call, c. 1905, Collection of William I. Koch, Palm Beach, Florida
Charlene of the Hills sends a message and an invitation to create a treasure map.
To give the poor pony some speed and ease I did add Pegasus to the service. Kind of Air pony mail.
All images thanks to Wikipedia. I did change them images of course.
Two eggs, big one of a ostrich, tiny one of an unknown species. Amazing to think of the life that will grow inside and one day will unfold.
#tdc1483 Big Car; Little Car
This Daily Create was published January 30th, 2016 shared by @dogtrax
Make an image that emphasizes the size difference of two similar objects.
I am not happy at all with these cattle branding marks from the dailycreate.
I am rather certain I do not need to explain my disgust of cattle branding.
But I am very surprised to read about human branding. as a new tattoo hype.
If you want to see pictures wikimedia has some
cowboy western may 1949:
Kansas City Fair of 1873 (4 pages)
Pencils: Ken Battefield | Inks: Ken Battefield
Ken Battefield (died 1967) was a prolific comic book artist in the 1940s and early 1950s, during the Golden Age of Comic Books. He is most associated with the Nedor Publishing line of books where, at various times, he illustrated Pyroman, Doc Strange, Black Terror, American Eagle, The Scarab, Captain Future, and many others.
“Art and remix is always social creativity. (@cathleennardi)
Cows remix grass into milk in a social setting. One cow is no cow.”