Les Blank’s films celebrate creativity as a means of self-fulfillment and take joy in individuality and originality. The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists features a portrait of the local artist Gerald Gaxiola, who has adopted the persona of a flamboyant cowboy. Colorful and inventive, the Maestro experiments with virtually every possible form of art. His life, as one of his close friends testifies, “is his greatest canvas.” —Hila Abraham
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hand helmet by Squared Eye, via Flickr
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this photo is the atomic bomb
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Photobomb, literally. Oh Myyy. I doubt this is real, and maybe I need a break and some lunch, but I can't stop laughing.
The real photobomb.
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Typical , you try and get a good family photo and when you develop the picture you find someone has exploded an atomic bomb in the background. :P
A Real Photo Bomb and kid killers.
The Pigmy woman from Africa. The world's smallest female 28 inches tall by National Library NZ on The Commons, via Flickr
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Australian David Terence Meekin (1886-1966) was responsible for bringing Ubangi Chilliwingi as a touring performer in Australia and New Zealand. She was a pigmy woman from Cape Province, 28 inches tall at 27 years old when she performed in Wellington in 1929.
Direct from darkest Africa, the famous big game hunter by National Library NZ on The Commons, via Flickr