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1816 is best known as the “Year Without A Summer” when Mount Tambora threw hands and the resulting ash blocked the sun and froze the living f!?k out of crops, rivers, and nice summer picnics throughout the northern hemisphere. The written accounts and eyewitness reports at the time all agree that the sky had a dry fog and things definitely sucked.

This French girl has gotta do what a working girl has gotta do, and in “1816” it pretty much means closing shop, dressing warmly, and being ready to shank an imbecilic colonial.

Sleep well, Travellers 🔪

(All prints use pigment-based inks and acid-free archival photo luster paper for image quality and longevity)