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2017-10-19 14:18:48

Homesick :x

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2017-10-18 04:19:59

Jadilah cahaya, walaupun tak tersentuh tapi selalu menerangi, Jadilah angin, walaupun tak nampak tapi selalu memberikan kesejukan dan Jadilah sahabat sejati, walaupun tak bersama menjalani hari-hari tapi akan selalu menjaga hati 😊 #inframe : @waeninur #photoshoot #street #landscape #ootd #casual #style #payunggeulis #canon #vscocam #adobelightroom #snapseed #vsco #foto #fotografi #fotografer #picture #womensday #pic #modelbandung #girl #models #women #bandung_nexttopmodel #womenmagzteam #lfl #skb90project #jepretaneza #mrhermawanpic 📷 . . . . . Picture and Retouch by @muhammad_reza_hermawan / @mrhermawanpic 🙌

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2017-10-18 11:08:33

♥ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #followforfollow #like4like #likeforfollow #fotografer

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2017-10-19 00:51:04

📷📷📷 ============================ In frame : @laddywijaya88 ============================ Shoot : @genji_bastard // @rgp_photograph Edit : @genji_bastard // @rgp_photograph ============================ Shoot by canon eos 60D Editing by photoshop cs 6 pro ============================ #photograph #photography #fotografer #huntingphoto #photohunting #photoconcep #canon #canoneos #canoneos60d #fix50mm #f18 #portraitsetting #photoshoot #photohunt #model #photomodel

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2017-10-19 09:40:37

. I love the combination beard and flannel😃👍 . . Did you know flannel first emerged in the 17th century? Created by the Welsh as a replacement to their plain wool garb. Made out of worsted yarn, napped on one or both sides, and sourced from the country’s multitudinous herds of sheep, the fabric provided much better protection against the Welsh’s notoriously wet and windy winters; it’s unclear who named the stuff, but the French called it flanelle, the Germans,Flanell. Flannel quickly became popular across European borders. Wool factories sprouted up all over England and France; by the 19th century, its production blossomed thanks to the more efficient mechanical “carding” process, utilized by mills all over Britain during the Industrial Revolution. In 1889 American entrepreneur Hamilton Carhartt, seeing the need to improve the working man’s uniform in the United States, opened his factory in Detroit, MI and started producing tough flannel garments. In the late 19th century America was still in a transitional period; westward railroads were under construction, as were large factories. Flannel, already utilized during the Civil War as a cheap, tough material for soldiers’ undershirts and simple four-button coats, easily found a place as the ideal fabric for workmen; it was used to make one-piece union suits (long underwear) and work overalls for railroad and construction workers. At the turn of the 20th century, perhaps because of its association with construction and frontiersmen, the flannel shirt became a symbol for rugged bearded men. The American populace were captivated by the mythical giant Paul Bunyan, garbed in red plaid flannel shirt. His tall tales and heroics inspired everyone. Not enough space to write the complete story, so will stop here. Havent reached the 1940's yet😃 . The once rugged plaid shirts has transitioned to lighter cottons and more affordable synthetic fabrics. The newer shirts replicate the same plaid style, but don’t offer the same durability and warmth as the original. . Photo @fotografkirstihovde from Lillehammer. She got the tittle NFF Photographer of the year 2015🏅

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