Some cool girls images:
Iraqi girl smiles
Image by Christiaan Briggs
Iraqi girl living next to Al Daura Oil Refinery in Baghdad pauses for a smile amongst jostling children.
I managed to snap a picture of this stunning looking Iraqi girl while I was touring Al Daura Oil Refinery as part of the Human Shield Action to Iraq. I took this photo, and many more, of the children living next to the refinery where their parents worked. They were all quite enjoying themselves and I managed to get mobbed a couple of times. I often look back on this photo and wonder if she, and her friends, are still alive. I hope to go back one day and find out.
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DSC01154 – Brown Eyed Girl
Image by archer10 (Dennis) (59M Views)
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Landed on the island at a old wharf.
This is the boat that took me and other people to McNutts Island so I could get to the lighthouse. This is a trip I would highly recommend to anyone who wants an adventure to a interesting place. If you don’t want a long walk on the island they offer a harbour cruise and sightseeing tour.
SHELBURNE HARBOUR BOAT TOURS – Ken & Sherri Taylor – this is the tour I took to get to McNutts Island. They were great and it was a very nice boat.
The Brown Eyed Girl is a forty-four foot, Marine Trader trawler – one of the safest and most popular pleasure craft ever produced. The galley is up and it has two double staterooms and a V-Berth. It also has two bathrooms (heads), a sundeck and a Flying Bridge.
Captain Ken can steer the boat from down inside or from the Flying Bridge, which has a full enclosure. There is also a sun deck, the cockpit and a roomy salon, where Sherri can often be found making all of the guests comfortable
The "Brown Eyed Girl" has a 120-HP Ford Lehman engine and is usually cruising along at six or seven knots, which makes for a smooth, relaxing cruise.
The web site for the tours is: www.shelburneharbourboattours.com/