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spudart’s Flicker picture, Chicago Olympics 2016 bid poster XI: lady weightlifter

Chicago Olympics 2016 bid poster XI: woman weightlifter
Often I am not a fan of reflections in my Olympic poster photographs, however right here the lamp posts slot in quite properly. Additionally becoming in properly is the Marshall Fields traditional clock.

For on a regular basis I spent photoshopping this picture, it wasn’t till the top export that I spotted that this was a girls weightlifter. Go woman!

Increased-resolution print of this out there at: www.deviantart.com/print/5583546


In regards to the posters:

Chicago is making a bid to host the Olympics in 2016. Posters, flags, ads went up within the Loop space of downtown Chicago for the Worldwide Olympic Committee go to to judge Chicago’s venues and plans for the 2016 Summer time Olympic Video games. The posters say, "Think about."

Credit by 16706861@N00 on 2009-04-06 05:26:17

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On April ninth, Their Royal Highnesses The #PrinceofWales, The #DukeofCambridge an…

On April ninth, Their Royal Highnesses The #PrinceofWales, The #DukeofCambridge and #PrinceHarry attended the Commemoration for the Centenary of #Vimy Battle in France #Vimy100. The commemorations honoured the Canadians troopers who fougth and died throughout the WW1. The royals and the Governor Basic of Canada David Johnston, every sporting a Remembrance poppy, started their go to on Sunday afternoon by visiting a preserved tunnel and trenches reconstructed a couple of years after the top of the First World Conflict, at Vimy Memorial Park on the location of the historic battle close to the city of Arras.
The battle, which started early on April 9 1917, was half of a bigger British-led offensive, that includes Australian troops, often known as the Battle of Arras.

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