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The Rings of Power: initial thoughts
Thank you for your comment below in answer to my previous observation and question. Did the fight scene fit to fill the transition from one scene to another or to replace a scene that the filmmakers thereby deleted? In other words, did the ...
DerdriuMarriner, 7 hours ago
Birthstones- Month and day of the week
Congratulations on the beauty and the high-value quality of the ruby and the diamond gems that respectively serve as your July month and your Saturday day-of-the-week gems. The day-of-the-week list somewhat confounds me in its Sunday choice as ...
DerdriuMarriner, 7 hours ago
Otter Haven or Heaven ? Derbyshire
Thank you for your comment below on Jun 15, 2018, in answer to my previous-day observation and question Jun 14, 2018. It's sad to imagine your wildscape, just 30 minutes from your home, no longer inhabited by such interesting sentient animals ...
DerdriuMarriner, 9 hours ago
The Wars of the Roses in a nutshell; a very brief guide
The last subheading, The Wars of the Roses in a nutshell, acts so understanding- and user-friendly. Did the plight-troth, the Bishop of Bath and Wells witness and the parliamentary act do anything socially antagonistic or disrespectful against ...
DerdriuMarriner, 10 hours ago
Walled Gardens
Irish myths. But they do not tell you much.
frankbeswick, 20 hours ago
The Rings of Power: initial thoughts
There was an overlong fight scene that was not even present in the book. Unsatisfactory.
frankbeswick, 20 hours ago
Bekonscot Model Village, Buckinghamshire; in pictures
Thank you for your comment below on Sep. 2, 2017, in answer to my previous, same-day question. The second paragraph to your introduction advises us that "It has been the setting of many UK television shows." Does the above mean that the ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Rushbearing at Grasmere in the English Lake District
The fifth paragraph to your introduction advises us that "People of Grasmere decorate the inside and entrances in St Oswald's Church Grasmere with sheaves of reeds, rushes and flowers." What flowers does the Grasmere flower-, reed-, rush ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
The Rings of Power: initial thoughts
The fourth paragraph to the first subheading, Initial thoughts, advises us that "But scenes containing orcs are not overplayed,and the orcs are a lurking menace, but not ever-present. Thus the Rings of Power does not make the mistake that was ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Part 2 follow up to Jane Austen's house Chawton
Thank you for your comment below on Aug. 25, 2017, in answer to my previous observation and question Aug. 24, 2017. The bone-china tea cups look quite fetching. What makes them stay in place and what might one do to make them clean if they ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Essex days; Hylands House and Park
The ninth in-text image has the caption "Swan pond with no swans!" Is the water stretch without swans permanently or temporarily?
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Walled Gardens
Thank you for your comment below in answer to my previous observation and question. Tumblr has a Family tree of Tuatha de Danann. It lists as its fourth entry Bodb Dearg, among whose children of mothers no longer known to us Doirend, variant ...
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
Flower Festival at Bramall Hall, Cheshire
The fifth in-text image of the flowered, foliaged cake and the eleventh in-text image of the table-center garland look inviting and photogenic. Might their flowers be edible?
DerdriuMarriner, 1 day ago
The Christian View of Political Leadership
Very impressive.. not many British folk can match this genealogy.
frankbeswick, 2 days ago
The Rings of Power: initial thoughts
I have not watched these films.,
frankbeswick, 2 days ago

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