Monday, August 24, 2009

Style in Bucharest

Picture 054, originally uploaded by bombarolo.

Photo note:

"Ferragamo sunglasses, Pimkie blouse, Benneton skirt, Fendi bag, DEA shoes. Bucharest."

Monday, August 10, 2009

Leo's plugs

Leo's plugs, originally uploaded by tattooindiana.

Photo note:

"1 1/2" lacewood eyelets with ambonya burl and ebony inlays"

Olivewood and myrtlewood

Olivewood and myrtlewood, originally uploaded by tattooindiana.

Okay, these are pretty cool. I love the wood.

Photo note:

"1 5/8" olivewood plugs with myrtlewood inlays"


Tragus, originally uploaded by tattooindiana.

Photo note:

"Healed tragus
14g 5/16" titanium barbell with big 4mm CZ"

Twisted industrial

Twisted industrial, originally uploaded by tattooindiana.

Photo note:

"14 gauge industrial piercing with a twist."

Industrial piercing

Industrial piercing, originally uploaded by infected mushrooms.

Great photo~

Photographer's note:

"An industrial piercing, sometimes called scaffold piercing (UK) or construction piercing, is any two pierced holes connected with a single straight piece of jewelry (compare to orbital piercing); however, it typically refers to a double perforation of the upper ear cartilage specifically. Two piercings are made, one fairly close to the head (anti-helix piercing) the second further down the cartilage, on the opposite side of the ear (helix piercing). A straight barbell is inserted through the first piercing from behind the ear, travels diagonally across the front of the upper cartilage, then goes through the second piercing, and is secured with a screw-on bead behind the second hole.
The piercings themselves are made with a medium gauge hollow piercing needle, and the barbell jewelry is worn during the healing period. Sometimes, a pair of captive bead rings (CBRs) are used instead, and are exchanged for a barbell after healing is complete. Although the use of CBRs often results in faster healing, proper alignment of the piercings is difficult when this technique is used. It can be pierced with a flexible plastic tube and swapped for the metal bar when its healed. Healing typically takes between three months to one year.
Two or more of this type of piercing located on the same ear is typically referred to as an ear cage."

A girls pierced ear

A girls pierced ear, originally uploaded by Onno B..

I just thought this was a cool photo. And, I like the earrings, too.

Friday, August 7, 2009

BBQ hosted by the Alaskan Beard Club

So, I was looking up caribou burgers (had a good one at West Rib Pub & Grill in Talkeetna), and I found this great photo.

Nice beards, guys!!

Photo note:

"Hosted by the South Central Alaska Beard and Moustache Club - Beards & BBQ - Complete with Beer and Caribou Burgers"


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