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Wanda The Most Intriguing Woman in the World 6_24_12.jpg

Wanda The Most Intriguing Woman in the World 6_24_12.jpg

August 29th, 1850

Brig Rescue Randolph R Carter Master
Winds calm, course w by nw from Beechey Island, broken fog,

crewman Elgiah Stratton believes he sighted a derelict frigate in the ice a league off the port side. Might it be Franklinís?

Canon EOS 5D ,Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
1/160s f/6.3 at 70.0mm iso800 full exif

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VerymarriedV 05-Sep-2012 04:24
"come out come out wherever you are"
VerymarriedV 22-Aug-2012 03:56
The Most Intriguing Woman in the World goes into hiding. Men all over the world are devastated! lol
VerymarriedV 07-Aug-2012 04:46
wow, closing in on a month and a half since you've posted a picture. I hope everything is ok with you and Wanda.
adrien25-Jul-2012 03:26
I still don't have a whip yet but I just picked up two matching floggers hand made by a friend of mine, I love the fetlife. Wanda could have at me anytime, the most beautiful woman I've seen in a long time.
Wm. Bates27-Jun-2012 13:16
I'm still doing my editing with Photoshop
Bryan26-Jun-2012 22:49
Great shot of your lovely wife! Just curious, are you using LightRoom yet? I just recently got it and still trying to work out my new workflow.
isleman25-Jun-2012 20:15
Yes she is, and I also see she is acustomed to using a whip! Thanks for the history lesson Wanda. Now you would have drove me wild being my social studies teacher in high school.
John Lester25-Jun-2012 12:27
Always great to see Wanda. Your best ever model.
Eric Hewis25-Jun-2012 08:33
I thought Wanda had started work on a novel.
VerymarriedV 25-Jun-2012 03:38
I'm reminded of the scene in Indiana Jones where the Arab has whirling scimitars in response to Indy's whip, so Indy takes out his gun and shoots him. Also, now I see that Bill and I share two things in common, a love of antique books, and an adoration (mine being from a distance of thousands of miles away) of Wanda :-)
Jim Peterson25-Jun-2012 01:57
pretty awesome!!!
Wm. Bates25-Jun-2012 01:48
Something of a minor note here. The old book is the original ship's log from the Brig Rescue starting in June 1851 with Elgaih Stratton as master. During the year 1850 the USS Brig Rescue and Advance were sent on a rescue mission to the Northwest Passage with the hope of locating Sir John Franklin's ill fated 1845 expedition. They found three graves on Beechey Island August 27, 1850.
Fred Gary25-Jun-2012 00:36
That is our Wanda, always up for an adventure. Nice theme and pose.