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Took a trip to DC today. It was hot and exhausting but I got a lot of good pictures and saw a lot of monuments/memorials and other things I've never seen before.

FDR Memorial, Washington DC
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Took a trip to DC today. It was hot and exhausting but I got a lot of good pictures and saw a lot of monuments/memorials and other things I've never seen before. The Lincoln Memorial was actually the only place I've previously been to.
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You can see an emperor-loyal description here.
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After seeing all the nifty Nerf mods and repaints here on dA [link] , I decided to do a few my self.

Please note: It ain't finished yet!
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A wax statue of Andrew Jackson.

Madame Tussaud's, Washington, DC
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My senior year of high school i took a revolutionary war living history class. We took a field trip to a revolutionary war redoubt in cold spring new york on Halloween of that year. The teacher was dressed up as Benedict Arnold who was once stationed there, a student was dressed up as a modern army infantry men. as we were walking back to the bus, they walked next to each other talking, i saw this "Kodak" moment and photographed it with my trusty cannon AE-1
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Model: Me
Cosplay by: Me


Photo by: Kassandra Leigh

Time Guardian Now live on mygeekgoddess.com check it out!
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Model - Eva
Hairs - Olga Shuliak
MUA - Hikaru Tenyo
For hair magazine
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Appearance of General Ulysses S. Grant

A man of slim figure, slightly stooped, five feet eight inches in height, weighing only a hundred and thirty-five pounds, and of a modesty of mien and gentleness of manner which seemed to fit him more for the court than for the camp. His eyes were dark-gray, and were the most expressive of his features. His hair and beard were of a chestnut-brown color. His voice was exceedingly musical, and one of the clearest in sound and most distinct in utterance that I have ever heard…He was civil to all who came in contact wiith him, and never attempted to snub any one, or treat anybody with less consideration on account of his inferiority in rank.
Horace Porter, chief of ordnance for the Army of the Cumberland, later a member of Grant’s staff. (Cited in Waugh, p. 67)
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Here's Rudolf Hess of the German elites. Another awesome addition to any WWII collection. ^_^
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