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missy888 If only they knew.. The judging panel #onlookers #perch #ledge #8/10 #nofilter @kellyhall1988 @annarmsy #trial&error 4d

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tonycampy @shanecarslake: How do you know what's good for me?
Me: THAT'S MY OPINION!! #insanity #IMHO @erikpaige @blakesmith9 @andre_rahal #onlookers
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brucedport I'Javion Ivory Burlington County Times Player of The Year ... Get to know the name!!! @fcsportsusa #FCsportsUSA 6d

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sir1fan "مقایسه ی افراد در قسمت های مختلف سالن میلاد,توسط سیروان"
این موضوع که درباره ی من صدق نمیکنه.با این که جلو بودم حنجرم پاره شد
@sirvankhosravi#sirvan#sirvankhosravi #concert #onlookers #hall
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seshiegh The life we choose #dammit #onlookers 6d

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sasural.simar.ka @jayatibhatia ft mausijii,, (〃⌒∇⌒)ノ love u, " #Jhumka##preening# jewellery #happy #onlookers" -(27th May) 2015.

#jayatibhatia #ssk #sasuralsimarka #lovethemsomuch
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eva_thompson_artist The Tate Modern. Couldn't help taking this.... The artist is Edwin Parker "Cy" Twombly, Jr.
This is a great article for more info on this Artist
http://www.standard.co.uk/arts/twombling-free-7407457.html
Edwin Parker "Cy" Twombly, Jr.(/saɪ ˈtwɒmbli/; April 25, 1928 – July 5, 2011[1]) was an American painter of large-scale, freely scribbled, calligraphic andgraffiti-like works on solid fields of mostly gray, tan, or off-white colors. His paintings are in the permanent collections of the New York's Museum of Modern Art and the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

Many of his later paintings and works on paper shifted toward "romantic symbolism", and their titles can be interpreted visually through shapes and forms and words. Twombly often quoted the poet Stéphane Mallarmé as well as many classical myths and allegories in his works. Examples of this are his Apollo and The Artist and a series of eight drawings consisting solely of inscriptions of the word "VIRGIL". In a 1994 retrospective, curator Kirk Varnedoedescribed Twombly's work as “influential among artists, discomfiting to many critics and truculently difficult not just for a broad public, but for sophisticated initiates of postwar art as well.”[2] After acquiring Twombly's Three Studies from the Temeraire(1998–99), the Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales said, "Sometimes people need a little bit of help in recognising a great work of art that might be a bit unfamiliar."[3]Twombly is said to have influenced younger artists such as Anselm Kiefer, Francesco Clemente, and Julian Schnabel.[4] (Thanks wiki for the above) #london #red #peoplewatching #scale #art #gallery #composition #inspired #ants #onlookers #see #greartart #twombly #squggle #modernart
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buildingworksau Excuse my very amateur filming of Vivid at The Concourse Chatswood on Saturday night. My family along with hundreds of onlookers were enthralled with the colourful scenes of The Nautilus and the Sea. Next stop Vivid in the city before it closes in a couple of weeks. #vivid #sydney #filming #happy #family #onlookers #theconcoursechatswood #colourful #sea #sydneybuilder #localbuilder #chatswood #dural 1w

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hiddensydney The Snake Man reptile show at La Perouse has taken place in the famous historic snake pit on weekends at the same site since the early 1900s. The original Snake Man was 'Professor' Frederick Fox, also known as the 'Snake King'. He developed immunity to snake venom but also had his own special antidote. In 1913, Fox travelled to India to sell the antidote. Another local, Herbert See, took over the show but was bitten by a tiger snake and died in hospital. While demonstrating his antidote in Calcutta in 1914, Fox was bitten several times by a krait. He treated himself but overlooked one bite and died after a few hours. George Cann took on the show in the 1920s and the Cann family ran the show for the next 90 years. The area surrounding the snake pit has been named Cann Park after the family. The snake man performed in a 10m x 10m area of grass defined by a metre-high corrugated steel fence. As the snake man stood in the pit, he removed reptiles one by one from canvas bags to show them to people lining the fence. Holding a snake by the tail while talking about it, he often walked around the perimeter of the pit with a snake just centimetres from brave onlookers. Often he allowed a harmless reptile, such as an Australian water dragon, to roam the pit for the duration of the show. At the end of the half-hour show, 'the hat' was passed around for a small donation. The show usually took place at 1.30pm on Sundays. The last snake man, John Cann retired in 2010, with his final show on 18 April. This brought an end three generations of the Cann family's shows at the snake pit. Get the full story at Facebook - hiddensydney #hiddensydney #LaPerouse #south #SnakeMan #SnakePit #TigerSnake #RedBellied #WaterDragon #JohnCann #famous #historic #snakes #reptiles #show #venom #antidote #brave #crowds #onlookers #family 1w

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