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Images Dated 6th March 2013

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Sunrays shine on kelp and a damselfish through clear water near Poor Knights Islands Featured 6 Mar 2013 Image

Sunrays shine on kelp and a damselfish through clear water near Poor Knights Islands

Sunrays shine on kelp and a damselfish through clear water near Poor Knights Islands, North Island, New Zealand

© James White / DanitaDelimont.com

Adventure, Blue Water, Cold Water Diving, Diving, Kelp, Kelp Forest, Marine Life, New Zealand, North Island, Ocean, Poor Knights Islands, Scuba, Sun Rays, Underwater, Underwater Photography, Water

Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of Samuri Featured 6 Mar 2013 Image

Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of Samuri

This delightful woodblock print image dated 1891 shows Ushiwakamaru, the young Minamoto Yoshitsune (1159-1189) leaving Mount Kurama to go to Kyoto city. He walks barefoot alongside a stream as a Samuri carrying his sword over his shoulder as the sun rises in the sky. Yoshitsune was known for having a number of followers of "low social standing" and the members of his army have been described as "guerrillas."

© BernardAllum

Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of Children Featured 6 Mar 2013 Image

Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of Children

Toyohara Chikanobu (1838aa1912), was a prolific woodblock artist of Japan's Meiji period. His works capture the transition from the age of the Samurai to Meiji modernity and the artistic chaos of the Meiji period.This image dated 1892 an is number 4 in the series, Nijushi kou mitate eawase, (Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety) is a great example, the traditional Japanese governess is looking after three children, one of them quite plainly dressed in modern western clothing. The top part shows a traditional Japanese family.This print forms part of my Ephemera collection

© Bernard Allum