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2 Great Catches: Gary Sinise Back With the Troops for Thanksgiving; A Masterpiece in Ink!

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The Daily Catch - published on 11/30/16

Good morning! We have two beautiful things for you, today!

LOOK: Gary Sinise Served Thanksgiving Dinner to Troops in Afghanistan – (FoxNews)

We’ve been fans of Gary Sinise for some time now. Check out how he gave back this year for Thanksgiving. God bless the troops!

Actor Gary Sinise showed his appreciation to the men and women who keep us safe, serving Thanksgiving Dinner to troops in Afghanistan. The 61-year-old actor posted a picture on Twitter from Kandahar Air Force Base, attaching a prayer for U.S. service members.

It’s a beautiful thing. So is this:

Japanese Artist Worked 10 Hours/Day For 3.5 Years To Create His Giant Pen & Ink Drawing – (BoredPanda.com)

Ikeda Manabu is an incredibly gifted artist who poured himself into one piece for three and a half years! The results are stunning.

Manabu started work on Rebirth back in 2013 and since then he was sinking 10 hours a day, six days a week, to finish this 13×10 foot piece (it took him 3.5 years). It depicts a tree growing out of all the carnage caused by the disasters, surrounded by the tsunami waves crashing into the tree. But that’s only the surface of the image. If you look closer, you’ll see that the drawing consists of a myriad of tiny details which capture thousands of stories that were unfolding during the catastrophic events.

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