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Welmon Sharlhorne. It was at Angola that Welmon began creating distinctive drawings of imaginary buildings, people, buses and skyscapes. "My art and God saved me while I was locked up." In order to get materials for his art while in prison, he concocted a story that he needed to write his lawyer, and thereby was given ballpoint pens and manila envelopes. He also used tongue depressors from the prison nurse as a straight edge to form the numerous straight lines his drawing feature.

Welmon Sharlhorne. It was at Angola that Welmon began creating distinctive drawings of imaginary buildings, people, buses and skyscapes. "My art and God saved me while I was locked up." In order to get materials for his art while in prison, he concocted a story that he needed to write his lawyer, and thereby was given ballpoint pens and manila envelopes. He also used tongue depressors from the prison nurse as a straight edge to form the numerous straight lines his drawing feature.

Women's March on Washington organizers said in applying for a demonstration permit that they expected 200,000 people.  Christopher Geldart, the District of Columbia's homeland security director, thinks the march will draw more than that. Some 1,800 buses have registered to park in the city on Saturday, which would mean nearly 100,000 people coming in just by bus, Geldart said. Amtrak trains into and out of the city are also fully booked on that day, Geldart said.

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Women's March on Washington organizers said in applying for a demonstration permit that they expected 200,000 people. Christopher Geldart, the District of Columbia's homeland security director, thinks the march will draw more than that. Some 1,800 buses have registered to park in the city on Saturday, which would mean nearly 100,000 people coming in just by bus, Geldart said. Amtrak trains into and out of the city are also fully booked on that day, Geldart said.

Orgiva is the perfect place to begin exploring the three hippie communities nearby. El Morreon is home to a lot of younger people living in harmony (and buses). Los Cigarrones traditionally holds an annual Dragon Festival, but Beneficio is the most famous. It’s a captivating, commune-esque agricultural community that draws a horde of curious travelers.  (image via Instagram)

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Orgiva is the perfect place to begin exploring the three hippie communities nearby. El Morreon is home to a lot of younger people living in harmony (and buses). Los Cigarrones traditionally holds an annual Dragon Festival, but Beneficio is the most famous. It’s a captivating, commune-esque agricultural community that draws a horde of curious travelers. (image via Instagram)

Demonstrators Demanding Civil Rights.  By 1961 the U.S. Supreme Court had ruled that segregating interstate travel facilities like buses and bus terminals was unconstitutional. But most places in the South continued to violate the law. So a group of young people, mainly college and university students, decided to draw attention to it.

Demonstrators Demanding Civil Rights. By 1961 the U.S. Supreme Court had ruled that segregating interstate travel facilities like buses and bus terminals was unconstitutional. But most places in the South continued to violate the law. So a group of young people, mainly college and university students, decided to draw attention to it.

On the Move - Planes, trains and automobiles! Add colour to the different sorts of transport we find from all over the world. Double decker buses in London, New York Taxis and Melbourne city trams are just a few of the designs you will find inside. Explore how people all over the world get from A to B in these detailed drawings.

On the Move - Planes, trains and automobiles! Add colour to the different sorts of transport we find from all over the world. Double decker buses in London, New York Taxis and Melbourne city trams are just a few of the designs you will find inside. Explore how people all over the world get from A to B in these detailed drawings.

Stephen,born in London in 1974.As a child he was mute & did not relate to other people.Aged 3,he was diagnosed as autistic. He had no language and lived entirely in his own world.At the age of 5 was sent to Queensmill in London,where it was noticed that the only pastime enjoyed was drawing.It soon became apparent he communicated with the world through drawing;animals, London buses,& finally buildings. These drawings show a masterful perspective,whimsical line & reveal a natural innate…

Stephen,born in London in 1974.As a child he was mute & did not relate to other people.Aged 3,he was diagnosed as autistic. He had no language and lived entirely in his own world.At the age of 5 was sent to Queensmill in London,where it was noticed that the only pastime enjoyed was drawing.It soon became apparent he communicated with the world through drawing;animals, London buses,& finally buildings. These drawings show a masterful perspective,whimsical line & reveal a natural innate…

Stephen Wiltshire was diagnosed with autism at age three and learned to express himself with drawings. His work is amazing!

Stephen Wiltshire was diagnosed with autism at age three and learned to express himself with drawings. His work is amazing!

Japan's Amazing Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route - The 20-meter-high corridor was sculpted using snowblowers and backhoe. The path was completed in 1981 and continues to draw tourists, actually only tourists---the road only services charter buses of gawking visitors---to this day.

Japan's Amazing Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route - The 20-meter-high corridor was sculpted using snowblowers and backhoe. The path was completed in 1981 and continues to draw tourists, actually only tourists---the road only services charter buses of gawking visitors---to this day.

Transportation has changed enormously in the last hundred years. Where people once rode in buggies, they might now drive cars, take buses, or even ride scooters. In the future, the changes might be even more exciting. Historical photographs paired with colorful, humorous drawings help young readers learn about change over time and encourage them to imagine the transportation of tomorrow.

Transportation has changed enormously in the last hundred years. Where people once rode in buggies, they might now drive cars, take buses, or even ride scooters. In the future, the changes might be even more exciting. Historical photographs paired with colorful, humorous drawings help young readers learn about change over time and encourage them to imagine the transportation of tomorrow.

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