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Tag: wild west

  • PYHOF: Johnny Cash, The Man In Black

    written by shhquiet on 2012-02-10
    PYHOF: Johnny Cash, The Man In Black

    In honor of the two latest additions to the expanding La Sardina clan - the Wild West Editions, Belle Starr and Coyote - here's "The Man In Black" for this week's playlist!

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  • Saddle Up: Troch’s Amazing Rodeo Shots

    written by tomas_bates on 2012-02-10
    Saddle Up: Troch’s Amazing Rodeo Shots

    Searching through the Lomography community for great Wild West inspired photos, we came across an album by Troch which knocked our cowboy hats right off. Leap over the jump and head into a rodeo ring of awesomeness!

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  • Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-09
    Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen

    Belle Starr was an American outlaw known as the Bandit Queen. As a child, she excelled in several subjects but as she grew older, she fell into the wrong crowd and led a life of crime. Learn more about her story after the break.

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  • On the Road from California to Florida: OK Corral and Boothill Graveyard

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2010-11-21 #places
    On the Road from California to Florida: OK Corral and Boothill Graveyard

    About seventy miles southeast of Tucson, AZ, 30 minutes off of Interstate 10 (I-10), and past a Border Patrol station is Tombstone, AZ. This tiny town is famous because on October 26, 1881 at about 3 pm, nine men participated in what is now regarded as the most famous gunfight in the history of the Old Wild West.

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  • The (Pricey) Portrait of a Gunslinger: Billy the Kid

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-06-30
    The (Pricey) Portrait of a Gunslinger: Billy the Kid

    The Wild West is without a doubt synonymous with outlaws, cowboys, and gunslingers, among them the notorious Billy the Kid. Countless tales and legends tell us what we know and perceive about these outlaws, but we occasionally get treated to some rare memorabilia--such as Billy the Kid's $2.3 million portrait.

  • Vintage Photos of the Old West's Cowboys

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-02-10
    Vintage Photos of the Old West's Cowboys

    The American Old West is one of the world's best known periods, especially made popular by the cowboys. LIFE Magazine has compiled an impressive roster of photographs of the Wild West's quintessential symbol. Let's take a look at some of them after the jump!

  • Analogue Musings with yuppielove: Painting the Town Pink

    written by yuppielove on 2011-08-30
    Analogue Musings with yuppielove: Painting the Town Pink

    We asked LomoCanada Community member and avid blogger yuppielove to share with us a series of short stories out of Calgary about the different ways she fits analogue into her daily life. Hope you enjoy her musings, this time she seeks out a little Wild West and rock’n’roll with her colour gels.

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  • The Old Wild West

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-10
    The Old Wild West

    The Wild West was a period in cultural history that began just after the Civil War, and from the 1800’s just up until the early 20th century. Read more to learn about the Old Wild West.