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Photo of the Day – 01/24/17 (“Boys Will Be Boys”, 1941)

Daily Photo — “Boys Will Be Boys, 1941”

Use the photos posted in this feature for writing prompts, warm-up activities, drawing templates or as part of a photo analysis.

Another one to file under “the more things change…”  Seems like some things have always been irresistible, like squirting your friend at the water fountain.  Three guesses as to what happened right after this was taken!.

July 1941. “Fun at the water fountain. Fourth of July picnic in Vale, Oregon.” Photo by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. 

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Posted by on January 24, 2017 in Daily Photo


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Beyond the Boom: How Fireworks Work – Infographic

Beyond the Boom

In two days, Americans will celebrate our Independence Day, and in most communities we do that with parades, barbecues, and then after sundown fireworks! (At least that’s the agenda here!) Have you ever wondered just what makes the fireworks boom?  Today’s infographic gives you a look at how they work, how fast and far they can fly, and some of the largest and most expensive displays around the country. [VIA]

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Beyond the Boom – How Fireworks Work
Infographic by Ghergich & Co.

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Posted by on July 2, 2013 in Infographics


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