Mo Hawk : September 30, 2009

Mo Hawk
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File Name: 50D_66574
Model: Canon EOS 50D
Lens: Canon EF 70-200mm F/2.8L USM
Date: 09.20.09 3:46pm
Focal Length: 120mm (192mm)
Shutter: 1/125 s
F-Stop: F4.5
ISO: 200
Ex Bias: +2/3
Program: Aperture priority
Metering Mode: Evaluative
Flash: External
Flash Bias: -.67 EV
Flash Details: External flash, E-TTL
Focus Mode: One shot AF

Mo Hawk

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The Mohawk hairstyle is named for, and often associated with, the people of the Mohawk nation. They were an indigenous people of North America who originally inhabited the Mohawk Valley in upstate New York to southern Quebec and eastern Ontario. Apparently, this is how they wore their hair.

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Eric Martin   09.30.09 8:44am  
The mohawk was introduced into pop culture by the 1976 film Taxi Driver. Soon after, it became a prominent style in the punk rock subculture.
Jason Bradwell   10.01.09 11:40am  
Thanks for the extra punk details, Eric :) When was your first mohawk? ;)

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