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My passion is not photography. I live in a colorful world, but my mind is filled with classical music and black and white photography. Enjoy. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the photos posted unless otherwise stated .

i REALLY want to try to draw something like this!! and if anyone dosnt know what this is than i shall tell u!! it is a black angel wolf or what i call it a shadow angel wolf, not really different but oh well!! ^.^

In 1943, Charles B. Hall became the first black fighter pilot to down an enemy aircraft. Hall was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his valor in this World War II action. His squadron presented him with its own reward, a chilled bottle of Coke, a precious commodity in the Mediterranean theater. Hall was a member of the 99th Fighter Squadron.

In 1943, Charles B. Hall became the first black fighter pilot to down an enemy aircraft. Hall was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his valor in this World War II action. His squadron presented him with its own reward, a chilled bottle of Coke, a precious commodity in the Mediterranean theater. Hall was a member of the 99th Fighter Squadron.

Jen Ledger

Jen Ledger

1976 Leonard Nimoy appeared as the famous detective in a stage adaption of William Gillette's famous  play about Sherlock Holmes.Nomoy says   "He's an outsider, in so many ways -- particularly in his relationships, with women. Holmes is very much an alien, all right, and I felt that I could understand him the same way I understood Spock."

1976 Leonard Nimoy appeared as the famous detective in a stage adaption of William Gillette's famous play about Sherlock Holmes.Nomoy says "He's an outsider, in so many ways -- particularly in his relationships, with women. Holmes is very much an alien, all right, and I felt that I could understand him the same way I understood Spock."

Vivien Thomas, African-American surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the 1940s.  Thomas was also offered the position of Chief of Surgery at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins in 1941.

Vivien Thomas, African-American surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the 1940s. Thomas was also offered the position of Chief of Surgery at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins in 1941.

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