Posing for photos, Ivan Owen, left, Torrae Owen and Elijah Forslof, right, show off their mechanical accoutrements at the first Bellingham Steampunk Festival held at the Fairhaven Village Green on Saturday July 7, 2012 in Bellingham. Ivan and his step-son Elijah built the mechanical hands and wings.
Posing for photos, Ivan Owen, left, Torrae Owen and Elijah Forslof, right, show off their mechanical accoutrements at the first Bellingham Steampunk Festival held at the Fairhaven Village Green on Saturday July 7, 2012 in Bellingham. Ivan and his step-son Elijah built the mechanical hands and wings. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Posing for photos, Ivan Owen, left, Torrae Owen and Elijah Forslof, right, show off their mechanical accoutrements at the first Bellingham Steampunk Festival held at the Fairhaven Village Green on Saturday July 7, 2012 in Bellingham. Ivan and his step-son Elijah built the mechanical hands and wings. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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