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ALFRED BASHA mainly draws with black-inked pen and at night; lover of bright contrasts where no-one stoke is similar to the previous nor to the next. - created on 2016-04-01 18:45:59

ALFRED BASHA mainly draws with black-inked pen and at night; lover of bright contrasts where no-one stoke is similar to the previous nor to the next. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Gedächtniskirche Berlin Germany - I have no idea how to say this or what it even is, but I'd like to see it!

Kurfirstendamm u Kaisser Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche (Kurfirstendamm u Wilhelm Memorial Church Kaisser) located near the famous Berlinale Palace, zoo and aquarium

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if I ever et a tato it will be of a lotus flower.The lotus flower signifies the struggle and changes in life. The same way the lotus flower grows from something ugly but uses the light to guide it to the top and eventually becomes something beautiful.

Surf Art : DANIELA GARRETON  This is the type of "edge" that I'm talking about, Sean.  These figures are drawn with hard lines and have some grit.

Fisherman concept Surf Art : DANIELA GARRETON This is the type of "edge" that I'm talking about, Sean. These figures are drawn with hard lines and have some grit.

Samhain, (pronounced SOW-in, SAH-vin, or SAM-hayne) means "End of Summer", and is the third and final Harvest. The dark winter half of the year commences on this Sabbat.

My favorite day of the year! Samhain, (pronounced SOW-in, SAH-vin, or SAM-hayne) means "End of Summer", and is the third and final Harvest. The dark winter half of the year commences on this Sabbat.

These are all celtic knots that are generally called "Ceilidhs," which in Gaelic means a community gathering and celebration. It's pronounced, "Kay-Lee" Like me. ^_^ Possible tattoo ideas down the road

These are all celtic knots that are generally called "Ceilidhs," which in Gaelic means a community gathering and celebration. It's pronounced, "Kay-Lee" Like me. ^_^ Possible tattoo ideas down the road Más

The La Tène culture was a European Iron Age culture named after the archaeological site of La Tène on the north side of Neuenburgersee in Switzerland, where a rich cache of artifacts was discovered by Hansli Kopp in 1857. La Tène culture developed and flourished during the late Iron Age (from 450 BCE to the Roman conquest in the 1st century BCE) in Belgium, eastern France, Switzerland, Austria, Southern Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and Romania.

We're starting with the roots of the Celts, which surprisingly begin in central Europe: Hallstadt, Austria and move to La Tene, Switzerland, for the second phase in the development of Celtic society.