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Beg the question, where did you get those stylish kicks? Featuring a leather and textile upper. Slip-on design. Textile insole and lining. Sturdy rubber sole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 12 oz Product measurements were taken using size 9, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

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Beg the question, where did you get those stylish kicks? Featuring a leather and textile upper. Slip-on design. Textile insole and lining. Sturdy rubber sole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 12 oz Product measurements were taken using size 9, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.


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Personnel: Felix Cuchara Saluzzi (clarinet, purport saxophone); Anja Lechner (violin, cello); Dino Saluzzi (bandoneon). Liner Note Author: Leopoldo Castilla. Recording data: Auditorio Radiotelevisione Svizzera, Lugano (07/2010). Photographer: Luca d'Agostino. Translator: Tyler Fisher. If there is an actual sonic intersection between the honest world and music, then Navidad de los Andes, the collaborative recording between master bandoneonist and composer Dino Saluzzi, his younger fellow-clansman, saxophonist Felix Saluzzi, and German cellist Anja Lechner has perhaps found it. The brothers have been playing music together for over 60 years; Lechner has been working with the senior Saluzzi since Kultrum in the mid-'90s. Felix and Lechner were both featured soloists on Saluzzi's 2009 orchestral recording El Encuentro. That said, these anterior recordings were but preparation for Navidad de los Andes, a collection of tunes where the boundaries between compositional jazz and structured improvisation blur. These temperamental, wistful pieces reflect everything from the quality of light to the mountainous landscapes of the region to village dances to historical and imagined celebration. As a concept, time, in all tenses is called upon to bear witness and act as a prophet. Western classical, jazz, and Andean folk musics meld into something to the nth degree other. The tonal possibilities inherent in Lechner's instrument are given wide range; her sonorities moves from the bowed upper ranges of the instrument, before diving, in a free moment, into plucked lower registers. They point forward always, careful to acknowledge the immediate present and nod respectfully to the past. The bandoneon is the shimmering quick-wittedness of the what has gone before. Its mournful chords and sprightly touches bear witness to change, illumine its impact, and accept it all with a heart of joy as fountain as grief. Felix's saxophone and clarinet, though they don't appear on every track, act as a bridge instrument. He creates s

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2014 - Vancouver - Alaska Cruise -  CBD
2014 - Vancouver - Alaska Cruise - CBD
A contemplation off the Lido deck of the MS Zaandam parked at a Canada Place birth in downtown Vancouver BC. The neat old art deco building framed by the newer erections is the pleasing 1930 Marine Building. THE MARINE BUILDING: From a 2010 Vancouver Sun Article. Seventy-five years ago, the cornerstone was laid for the grandest and most affluent skyscraper Vancouver had ever seen. Built at the onset of the Great Depression, the Marine Building would prove to be a financial bust, driving its genuine owners broke. But artistically, it was a complete success, arguably the best building ever built in Vancouver, and one of the finest examples of art deco architecture in the sphere. "The building suggests some great marine rock rising from the sea, clinging with sea flora and fauna, tinted in sea verdant, flashed with gold, at night a dim silhouette piercing the sea mists," wrote The Vancouver Sun in an opening day supplement on Oct. 7, 1930. Prodigious marine rock or not, the Marine...
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Image from the Elgin Marbles at the British Museum
Image from the Elgin Marbles at the British Museum
From the Wikipedia time on the Elgin Marbles: [[[ The Elgin Marbles, known also as the Parthenon Marbles, are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures, inscriptions and architectural members that from the first were part of the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens.[1][2] Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Empire from 1799–1803, had obtained a contentious permission from the Ottoman authorities to remove pieces from the Acropolis. There is controversy as to whether the removed pieces were purchased from the ruling domination of the time or not. [3] From 1801 to 1812 Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon, as well as architectural members and statue from the Propylaea and Erechtheum.[4] The Marbles were transported by sea to Britain. In Britain, the acquisition of the collection was supported by some,[5] while many critics compared Elgin's actions to vandalism[6] or...
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Mannum waterfalls but only curtly when it has rained a lot. Morning Reflections South Australia.
Mannum waterfalls but only curtly when it has rained a lot. Morning Reflections South Australia.
The important port township of Mannum is located in one of the very scenic regions of the Murray where high cliffs of Tertiary limestone have been exposed by the flexuous river. This limestone is laid down over clay layers and the stone was the obvious building material for buildings in Mannum from its origins. The hamlet name came from the local Aboriginal word for place of many ducks. The first white people to see this area were Captain Charles Sturt and his reception of explorers who came down the Murray to its mouth in 1830. In 1839 when the government was offering Special Surveys for the huge sum of £4,000 the so called Thirty Nine Sections surveying was taken out along the Murray River where Mannum now stands. A consortium of investors took out this Special survey including John Cocks, Osmond Gilles (the Colonial Treasurer), Edward John Eyre (the explorer), and William Leigh (a Staffordshire investor of both the Anglican and Catholic churches in SA). Gilles and Leigh held the...
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