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If You Want To Be Seen This Season, Don Some Camo Couture

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Bill Tristram and his wife Isold were high school sweethearts. “We knew early on the we wanted to be married,” said Tristram. Tristram enlisted in the Marines right out of high school, and when he returned from his first tour, his girlfriend was there waiting for him. “He walked out of the terminal, wearing his camouflage fatigues, and dropped to one knee right there,” she said, smiling. “I came up with the big wedding idea on the way home, and he was all for it.” Isold’s idea was to have a camo wedding. “He was in the Marines. I’ve been hunting since I was a little girl, so we decided to make it the theme of the wedding,” she said. “The groomsmen had camo ties and vests. The bridesmaids had camo shawls and camouflage purses. I had a full on camo wedding dress made,” she said.

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Camouflage is all the Rage

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The word camouflage is derived from the french word camouler, which means to veil or blind. Camouflage is used by animals everyday in the wilderness as a means of survival. The military forces have also come to use camouflage as a means of survival on the battle field.

Camouflage in animals has been studied by zoologists for well over a century. A Zebras stripes are actually a form of camouflage because they blur the animals outline when moving. Many animals can actually change color based on their surroundings or what season it is. Evolution can change the color of a species over a period of time if the color of their surroundings change over time. During the industrial revolution in America, a spe