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Discussion in 'Orphaned Land' started by Ko_B, Feb 15, 2003.
TormentaMuluc, you have a great job and a nice tattoo
great job, very interesting !!!
and nice tatoo again !
Oh my god
Tormenta , your tattoo is
grandiose,wonderful ........ :hotjump:
Tormenta wow! your tattoo is amazing (and you put it in cool place on your body)
I've got a few tattoos, but mine are hm...different and they are in different places.
btw. The back is a good place for a tattoo ....I think I'll make my next tattoo on back
Those restoration pictures are very interesting. Could you tell a bit more about the sites you were/ are working on?
I'm looking forward to meeting you, so you can tell me the stories about the things you did. When I was a kid and I just learned to spell, one of the first words I wrote was archeologist, because I wanted to become one
You are doing a wonderful job in keeping the heritage of your country for generations to come!
Thanks for your words! Well the archeologist work is also interesting, but in fact in this career there is something called archeological rescue, and there you have to be on an excavation to rescue in a proper way a ceramic, mural, stone, and whatever you imagine. The interesting thing of the major, I will finish in one year and a half more, is that you can learn of any kind of materials (ceramic, metal, paper, wall painting, canvas painting, panel painting, sculpture, textiles, photograph, musical instruments) and for that you need to have a multidisciplinary knowledge I mean, in a beginning having an idea of history, biology, chemistry, plastic arts, sometimes of physics too, architecture, legislation, geology, archeology of course, etc., and then you also need to work with the specialist in each area to run over a good restoration project, that could be the ideal of every big project, but in some cases is difficult to make conscious much other persons about it
. But day by day we are working on and fighting about the treatment of cultural heritage
And the best thing is that, this major let you go to anyplace in the world you want to rescue a work of art!... And as I want to preserve the cultural heritage of my country I also want to learn and work in other places of the world
I am waiting for that moment
Since now I had work on the archeological zone of Tamtoc in San Luis Potosí, restoring ceramic; in the archeological zone of Palenque in Chiapas on the rescue of a mayan figure at the Templo de las Inscripciones, then in the rescue of wall painting in a little chapel on a little town called Ixtla in Guanajuato, also on the restoring of some big canvas paintings in Chihuahua, and in Tetela del Volcán that I mention before
and now is near a big project
I will go to work on the principal panel of Coixtlahuaca, Oaxaca
. Then I´ll show you some pics
well, i hope you'll include some more pics of this kind:
Me brothers and sisters .......:hotjump:
the great family ..........
with much respect .......and friendship
By Sabrina 75
btw you can see everyone's faces but only magdalena shows her booty
you rule magda
yeah Thank you sabrina ! Happy to see this great family
but everyone recognizes her from her booty
The good life of the orphaned latina
Not everyones faces...but I guess it's my fault for not putting my pic here
I've your photo but is much big
and I've a problem to enclose ......
Sorry brothers .......
You prefer this picture ?????
but I prefer Bruce Dickinson
(The King for me)
I remeber this photo...Avish How on earth did you get to take your picture with DiAnno?
as for Bruce Dickinson...I've got a fever and the only perscription is... MORE COWBELL
Yes Paul Di Anno !!!!!
This is what I ended up with when I gave my cousin a makeover
Hi Wormy !!!!
My first birthday
Pictures of me 1 year ago......
now i'm more thin !!!!