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  2. File this under “Failed Economic Theories”

    generallynautical:

    @kylermartz is continuously blowing my mind with the work he’s coming out with. Come out on the boat with me bud, and bring your tools.

     
  3. Tagged #sea plane
     
  4. dirtyriver:

    Spider-Man vs the Green Goblin by Jean Frisano, Strange #37, January 1973.
    I started reading French translations of Marvel comics in 1977. Back issues were near impossible to find in my neck of the woods, but a neighborhood kid had this issue (featuring the first translation of the classic Amazing Spider-Man #39, August 1966, among other things) and a few others. Lord, I was green with envy.

    Tagged #tug boat
     
  5. wapiti3:

    A monograph of the Alcedinidae : or, family of kingfishers /By Sharpe, Richard Bowdler, 1847-1909 on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    Publication info London :Published by the author,1868-71.
    BHL Collections:
    Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University

    (via scientificillustration)

    Tagged #kingfisher
     
  6. oldfellingaxe:

    Skipper of an Oyster Barge.  1911.

    (Source: old-photos.blogspot.com, via sailorgil)

    Tagged #Oyster Barge
     
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  8. thusreluctant:

    A Cloudy Day (Hudson River, Coming Squall) by George Bellows

    (Source: poulwebb.blogspot.hu, via drtuesdaygjohnson)

     
  9. hollyhocksandtulips:

    Van Heusen sport shirts, 1950

    (via mudwerks)

    Tagged #Van Heusen
     
  10. thusreluctant:

    Beneath the 59th Street Bridge by Johann Henrik Carl Berthelsen

    (via drtuesdaygjohnson)

     
  11. sparkling-life:

    Seascape - John Singer Sargent

    (via drtuesdaygjohnson)

     
  12. shear-in-spuh-rey-shuhn:

    WINSLOW HOMER
    The Life Brigade
    Oil on Canvas
    12” x 17.25”

    (Source: the-athenaeum.org, via drtuesdaygjohnson)

     
  13. Tagged #Robert Henri
     
  14. sisterwolf:

    Louis Matout (French, 1811-1888)

    (via mudwerks)

     
  15. mudwerks:

    geoohr:

    The push-pull dynamic.

    Otho Cushing imagines a future of 1950, in 1914.

    pretty close…