The Brookes Ship was a Slave Ship plying the Middle Passage over the Atlantic that delivered slaves to the New World.
This document was commissioned in 1788 by a United Kingdom group called the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade. They thought if more people could see the horrific conditions of the trade, then there would be an outcry against it.
It depicts a typical slave ship cargo arrangement and the cold, calculating inhumanity of it. Up close, it displays men, women, and children packed in side-by-side like sardines in a tin. It is clear by this document that Slave Companies and their ship masters objective was to maximize profit by packing in as many human cargo as possible. It is known that maximum...
As a youth, I was constantly drawing, painting, and experimenting in fine arts. Also, I had a strong interest in architecture. Today, I enjoy photography, history, drawing and painting.
I labored over 25 years in a pre-World War II aluminum mill, some of the time on catwalks above two-thousand degree, electrically charged molten metal. At the height of my career the plug was pulled when various globalist financiers ravaged the company. In my mid-40s, I returned to college and re-educated as a computer network engineer. I currently work for local government.
My wife is a Kyoto, Japan native, so I have photographed that area extensively and some of that will probably show up in my work here.
Thank you for stopping by, and I wish...
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