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I traded some art work for these...my first ever rain boots-no joke!

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These are old Johnny Thunder and Pirate torsos and head wear.

The Black heads are for display purposes only.

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is a meeting ground of two cultures, the Navajo and settlers who came to the area to settle in what is now northeastern Arizona in the late 19th century. These settlers came from Mexico from the south and eastern United States. In 1878, John Lorenzo Hubbell purchased this trading post, ten years after Navajos were allowed to return to their homeland from their U.S.-imposed exile in Bosque Redondo, Fort Sumner, New Mexico. This ended what is known in Navajo history as the "Long Walk of the Navajo." The park is located in Ganado, Arizona. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960.

Monument Valley

The few minutes of sunrise just before the light trades places with the dark.

This image is for Brigitta, who constantly seeks to brighten everyone's day with her art. You can see her bright ideas at www.flickr.com/photos/together8/

 

The main man Bio TATS dropped this heater in the Bronx for me as part of our 'Trading Places' project.

 

Got to say the man nailed it and then some - letters have some serious funk and the fill is banging... this piece looks sooo tasty i might just have to have a nibble on it here and there.

Digitally enhabced and then embellished.

This snowy winter shot was taken on the opposite side of the Stockholm Central. To our left is the bus terminal and World Trade Center; to our right is The Waterfront hotel building.

The weather phenomenon that caused these clouds to be quite so dramatic during this particular morning is the jet stream. The jet stream normally runs over the UK much further south at this time of year and keeps the country covered in cold air. For a few days the jet stream moved north and the air was warmed from the south creating high pressure and cleared skies all the way over the horizon. Not something we see all that often in this part of the world.

I’ve called this image Trade Winds not because these are an effect of the trade winds, which are further south, but because the shapes you see in the clouds are mainly formed from the vapour trails of commercial aircraft approaching the nearby Edinburgh airport. I know it’s a tenuous link but irrespective of how they were formed it was as amazing sight that morning.

 

Taken from Falkland Hill overlooking the Firth of Forth.

By the time the Emperor Hadrian entered the purple, Rome controlled a vast area stretching from northern Europe to the Middle East. Sea trade and transport were vital to the functioning of the Empire and so numerous ports sprung up along the coast of Britannia. On the Tyne side of Hadrian’s Wall the fort of Arbeia (now known as South Shields) grew into one such port and was the destination of many supply shipments to the wall.

 

Trading ships, such as the one depicted in this scene, were common visitors to Arbeia and came from all corners of the empire. A funeral monument found at the site tells us much about what this trade meant to the area. It is dedicated to a lady called Regina and is unique in Britain for its bilingual inscription, written in Latin and Palmyrene. The inscription reveals that Regina was of the Catuvellaunian tribe while her husband Barates, was a Palmyrene merchant living at Arbeia, which had attached to it a substantial civilian settlement. From Barates’ own funeral monument we know that he supplied military standards to the cohorts along the wall.

 

Despite being on the edge of the Empire, the civilian settlement at Arbeia must have been home to a diverse polyglot population. Thanks to the trade bought by the Empire’s many ships, people, ideas and symbols must have circulated frequently, making it lively and interesting place to live.

This was a great day. I arrived early at Glacier Point and had the entire place to myself for the 3+ hours I remained up there. Prior to heading back down, I decided to take this shot looking out towards Half Dome. On this day I was reminded of a quote: "Enjoy whatever it is you do today, because you are trading a day of your life for it." Certainly easier said than done on some days, but it was easy enough on this particular one.

 

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The World Trade Center from the Empire State Building, New York City, NY., September 7th 1999

Creating an natural and effective trade show booth exhibit under a tight budget has never been easier. The display package includes Trade Show Booth, Podium Wrap and Banner Stand on stay-flat vinyl for a solid and complete display within your ten foot booth space. The sizable pop up display backdrop includes a hard plastic shipping container that doubles as a podium for your full-color printed promotional counter wrap! Two display lights are also included to hang on your surroundings display to draw attention to your printed message.

Open to all fellow traders. Thank you for the wait.

Please either fm me offers or comment them.

Just becasue you say note doesn't mean you will get the part you may be bumped out by some one with a better offer.

Pere our my wants:

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-Zany

barter trade between my kids, in the field, in 2004, before the credit crisis was invented

Trading Post Gift Shop, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Spring, CO - Mary and I paid a short visit to this wonderful shop during our quest to photograph icy trees just before Christmas. This colorful decoration caught my eye as I was looking for last minute gift ideas ...

 

www.gardenofthegodstradingpost.com

The World Trade Center. Negative made in 1991. Printed in 2005.

Will trade for an altered postcard or 4 ATCs.

This is a real candle (-flame:-)). The rimestone doesn't show up very well in this shot.

He had just pulled his tshirt up over his head, and his eyes caught the lust shining in hers right before . . . Click here for the rest of the short story & credits

 

Usher - Trading Places

The construction of the World Trade Center in 1970 from Jersey City, New Jersey.

My trade girl is here! This girl and her mom have been so patient with me, but I gotta share, she was a stubborn one! lol First she had a matte faceplate which I had never worked on, that took some time to sand! then her old scalp wasn't cooperative so we got her a new one and we waited for that and eye chips AND for a licca body for weeks. Her sweet face has been waiting to come to life for so long and finally, she came together today! She's sweet and quiet but can be determined when she wants to! We are trying to decide on a name for her. I hope you like her! more pictures to come before she travels back home to Chicago!

By the time the Emperor Hadrian entered the purple, Rome controlled a vast area stretching from northern Europe to the Middle East. Sea trade and transport were vital to the functioning of the Empire and so numerous ports sprung up along the coast of Britannia. On the Tyne side of Hadrian’s Wall the fort of Arbeia (now known as South Shields) grew into one such port and was the destination of many supply shipments to the wall.

 

Trading ships, such as the one depicted in this scene, were common visitors to Arbeia and came from all corners of the empire. A funeral monument found at the site tells us much about what this trade meant to the area. It is dedicated to a lady called Regina and is unique in Britain for its bilingual inscription, written in Latin and Palmyrene. The inscription reveals that Regina was of the Catuvellaunian tribe while her husband Barates, was a Palmyrene merchant living at Arbeia, which had attached to it a substantial civilian settlement. From Barates’ own funeral monument we know that he supplied military standards to the cohorts along the wall.

 

Despite being on the edge of the Empire, the civilian settlement at Arbeia must have been home to a diverse polyglot population. Thanks to the trade bought by the Empire’s many ships, people, ideas and symbols must have circulated frequently, making it lively and interesting place to live.

trade with mr switch

Old sign in Lawton, OK. This city has a treasure of ghost signage and the like, but as with all of my trip there was no time...

My trade girl is here! This girl and her mom have been so patient with me, but I gotta share, she was a stubborn one! lol First she had a matte faceplate which I had never worked on, that took some time to sand! then her old scalp wasn't cooperative so we got her a new one and we waited for that and eye chips AND for a licca body for weeks. Her sweet face has been waiting to come to life for so long and finally, she came together today! She's sweet and quiet but can be determined when she wants to! We are trying to decide on a name for her. I hope you like her! more pictures to come before she travels back home to Chicago!

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