We get the comment all the time when people come in for consultations that people in our portfolio must all be models. The answer is no they are not. They women just like you. Here’s a great example of that. This is Miss S and she’s a mom, businesswoman and extremely sexy. We couldn’t have been more proud of her during her session as she let loose and really embraced the feeling of the shoot. We had an absolute blast and we’re sure you’d agree th
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Poses galore! person lying down
I like all these poses a lot, especially the one bending touching her feet! More
Ottoman jarid, a thin, short javelin carried in a special small quiver (jide). In the countries of the Near East and among the Arabs, jarid is the name for a military exercise performed by a horseman with the javelin, as well as for the javelin itself, which is thrown at a gallop. Tughra: Mustafa II (1695-1703) (on the back of the silver-gilt fittings on all three javelins) Museum Hessen Kassel
17th century set of Ottoman horseme javelins.
Javelins (short throwing spears) were used in the eastern world from Turkey to India. This pair of javelins, also known as Jarid is Ottoman, late 18 to early 19 C. It includes two javelins with 7 inches blades of hollow ground square cross section and wood hafts 24 1/2 inches long ending with a chased silver cap. The Pair is housed in a wood scabbard with two compartments, covered with velvet and mounted with chased silver mounts. Total length 33 inches.
Ottoman jarid javelins (short throwing spears), 18th century, used in the eastern world from Turkey to India, two javelins with 8 1/2 inches blades square cross section and wood hafts 23 inches long ending with a chased silver cap. The Pair is housed in a wood scabbard with two compartments, covered with velvet and mounted with chased silver mounts. Total length 35 inches.
Ottoman jarid (javelin) with quiver, 17th century. steel, silver, wood, leather, niello, gilding, 78.5 cm. Hermitage Museum.