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Posted: Sep 10, 2017 8:03 PM
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Hurricane Flag tee and vintage Japanese naval flags. Throwback to shooting in the mangroves with @rudyduboue #tropicalentropy #hurricanflag #hurricaneirma
Posted: Sep 10, 2017 8:01 PM
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Throwback to this Rothko like hurricane flag tee
From Oregon with love. Loose knit linen boatneck. All time classic . 🦅
Posted: Aug 20, 2017 4:51 PM
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Cut off campaign shirt. Pattern based on vintage military find.
Posted: Aug 15, 2017 5:54 PM
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Cropped French terry short sleeve sweatshirt. Chain stitched and screen printed #lonelyleisure
Posted: Aug 15, 2017 5:49 PM
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The greatest luxury: Leisure and personal time. In the Bermuda Triangle there's lots of it.
Posted: Aug 15, 2017 5:48 PM
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The term barefoot mailman refers to the carriers on the first U.S. Mail route (1885-1892) between Palm Beach and the settlements around the body of water known as Lake Worth on the north, and Miami, Coconut Grove, and Lemon City to the south. The mailmen had to walk and travel by boat because there was no road connecting the 68-mile route from Palm Beach to Miami. The route involved a round trip of 136 miles from Palm Beach to Miami and back, and took six days. The carrier would leave Palm Beach on Monday morning, traveling by boat to the southern end of the Lake Worth Lagoon. He would then cross over to the beach and walk down to the Orange Grove House of Refuge in what is now Delray Beach, where he would spend the night. The next day (Tuesday) he would continue walking down the beach to the Fort Lauderdale House of Refuge, where he would spend that night. On Wednesday the carrier traveled by boat down the New River to its inlet, and then would walk down the beach to Baker's Haulover at the north end of Biscayne Bay. Finally, he would travel down Biscayne Bay by boat to Miami. On Thursday he would start the return trip, arriving in Palm Beach on Saturday. #floridahistory #barefootmailman
Posted: Aug 10, 2017 4:40 PM
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🏳Chopped and patched 🌑
Posted: Aug 7, 2017 3:48 PM
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Arm Chair Safari in 2O17 📡Graphics derived from google earth screen grab. Satellite composites from days with different cloud configurations and light look like glitches.
Posted: Aug 7, 2017 3:46 PM
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Bermuda Triangle Rescue Ops. Shadow or sunken? ✈️
Posted: Aug 6, 2017 9:33 PM
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USS Cyclops (AC-4) was one of four Proteus-class colliers built for the United States Navy several years before World War I. Named for the Cyclops, a primordial race of giants from Greek mythology, she was the second U.S. Naval vessel to bear the name.