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12-15-2009 09:23 AM
Boasun A Picture of you with ice in your eyebrows, mustache and beard with your hands frozen to the wheel would be kind of Wintery.
12-14-2009 05:52 PM
nautical clip-art

I started out just trying to find some sort of nice nautical Christmas clip-art that I could use to put in my email signature line, but I find that there is not a great deal of nautical clip-art and NONE that is Christmas-y or wintery that is of any quality. (I'm not looking for high-definition images, just things that would look good at "Internet resolutions.") And googling for clip art is almost a complete waste of time. It's like googling for wallpaper. F'getaboutit!
So I ask my fellow sailors to post one or two of their favorites, or links to GOOD clip art. (Nothing cheesy! There's too much "cheese" in the world already!!!) I've seen some gorgeous christmas cards, and maybe I'll just try and dig up some old ones and scan them in, but I thought I'd ask here first. If enough good stuff shows up I might even try to compile it and categorize it. It doesn't even have to be seasonal, thought that's what started this quest.

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