1. "Being a woman is a terribly difficult task since it consists principally in dealing with men."
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    Joseph Conrad
    English (Polish-Ukrainian-born) novelist (1857 - 1924) via The Quotations Page

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  2. tamaramccoy:

    Alice is a wonderful illustrator and a lovely person all around. Check out her work at http://www.alicepattullo.com/.

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  3. Matt Albiani; Photographer

    Albiani is New England born and bred, and takes those east coast sensibilities with him on his travels, and in his work with his photographs. A fine example of this is in his first book of photographs, entitled LIFEGUARD ON DUTY, released by Antinous Press in June 2009. Albiani traveled for years across the U.S., and photographed ocean guards in their own environment.

     
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  5. Water Wench Wednesday

    "My, what big bollards you have"

    retrogasm:

    USS Benham in 1951… I suppose there was a few tight fitting trousers that day…

     
  6. Water Wench Wednesday

    mudwerks:

    Figuration Féminine: Colette Calascione (1971)

    Illumination (2002), Colette Calascione

     
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  8. mudwerks:

    Surf Patrol: 1900 | Shorpy Historic Photo Archive

    Two sheets to the wind circa 1900. “Sailing on the beach. Ormond, Florida.” 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

     
  9. mudwerks:

    TYWKIWDBI: Origin of the term “flapper”

    “A young worker mends army uniforms in America. Her sailor suit-style is typical of childrenswear at the time. Boys would have worn a similar top, but with trousers. The bows which girls wore in their hair became known as ‘flappers’ because of the way they fell onto the head. The name would stick with this generation, as they grew up in the Twenties.”

    Scanned and quoted from the book “Decades of Fashion” by Harriet Worsley.  Posted at Beautiful Century, via Edwardian Era.

     
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  11. Water-Wench Wednesday

     
  12. Water Wench Wednesday

    mudwerks:

    Figuration Féminine: Colette Calascione (1971)

    Lorelei (2001), Colette Calascione

     
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  14. Water Wench Wednesday

    emilynicole:

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