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Polish Tattoo Artist Ralfy Dabrowski Takes the Industry by Storm with Exceptional Realism Techniques

Ralfy Dabrowski, a 33 year old tattoo artist from Poland, has been making waves in the tattoo industry for his exceptional work in the Bng and color realism technique. His passion for tattoos started in 2014 when he began tattooing in the United Kingdom. Since then, he has been travelling around the world, gaining new experiences, and developing his skills as a tattoo artist.

Dabrowski’s work stands out for its incredible realism and attention to detail, especially in portraits and other types of realistic images. His dedication to his craft has earned him an impressive 36 awards for his outstanding work in international tattoo conventions across Europe, including the UK, Poland, Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Cyprus.

Some of the notable awards that he has earned include 1st Best of Show, 1st Best Realistic, and 1st Best Color in various categories at different conventions. These achievements have not gone unnoticed, as top tattoo brands like Radiant Colors and Think Tattoo Aftercare have taken notice of Dabrowski’s exceptional talent and offered him sponsorship deals.

Despite the pandemic, Dabrowski continued to participate in major tattoo events as a guest, showcasing his work and gaining new followers. His Instagram profile, @ralfytattoo, displays his artwork and lifestyle, giving his fans an insight into his unique and inspiring journey as a tattoo artist.

Looking ahead, Dabrowski has set his sights on participating in more conventions to showcase his skills, gain more recognition, and connect with new clients. With his remarkable talent and unwavering dedication to his craft, there’s no doubt that he will continue to make an impact in the tattoo industry for years to come.


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Japan just found 7,000 islands it didn’t know it had

Japan has recounted its islands – and discovered it has 7,000 more than it previously thought.

Digital mapping by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) recently found there to be 14,125 islands in Japanese territory, more than double the figure of 6,852 that has been in official use since a 1987 report by Japan’s Coast Guard.

However, the GSI this week stressed that the new figure reflected advances in surveying technology and the detail of the maps used for the count – it did not change the overall area of land in Japan’s possession.

It said that while there is no international agreement on how to count islands, it had used the same size criterion as the previous survey 35 years ago.

That entailed counting all naturally occurring land areas with a circumference of at least 100 meters (330 feet).

The new number does not include any artificially reclaimed land.

The islands surrounding Japan have been at the heart of several territorial disputes.

Japan lays claim to the Russian-held southern Kuril islands, which Tokyo calls the Northern Territories, a dispute that dates to the end of World War II, when Soviet troops seized them from Japan.

Japan also says it has a historical claim to the uninhabited Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, which it currently administers, but China has repeatedly challenged that claim.

Meanwhile, Japan and South Korea remain locked in a more than 70-year dispute over the sovereignty of a group of islets known as Dokdo by Seoul and Takeshima by Tokyo in the Sea of Japan, which Korea calls the East Sea.

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Yosemite National Park to partially reopen after 3-week closure

Yosemite National Park will begin to reopen Saturday with limited access and hours, the US National Park Service has announced. The park remains closed today.

The popular park, nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains, was closed because of a series of damaging storms that have swept across the region in recent weeks.

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Charles and Camilla

Britain’s King Charles III and his wife, Queen Camilla, have been married since 2005. They reportedly met at a polo match in 1970 and became friends when Charles was a prince.

When Charles joined the Royal Navy in 1971, Camilla married cavalry officer Andrew Parker Bowles.

Charles married Diana Spencer in 1981 but then admitted in 1994 that he had been having an extramarital affair with Camilla. Diana confirmed his infidelity and her own the following year.

Camilla got a divorce in 1995, and Charles and Diana divorced in 1996. Camilla all but vanished from public life at the time as public and media support swung behind Diana.

In 1999, Clarence House embarked on a program to reintroduce Camilla to the public with a carefully orchestrated first appearance with Charles outside the Ritz Hotel in London.

Six years later, their decades-long love story culminated in a wedding that had the consent of Charles’ mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Camilla was confirmed as Charles’ official consort and future queen.

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