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Best Sources of Free Pictures (Photos, Clip Art, and Other Royalty Free Images)
Many thanks for the WizardofOz images link through the 10th subheading, Online Collections on Specific Topics by Enthusiasts. The introductory image, before the 26 in-text images by W.W. Denslow, has at least six bubbles with someone inside ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Revamping the Allotment
Thank you! Potato cultivation appears to have found Cornish, English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh niches. Did that cultivation extend to the little islands around the two biggest ;-D British-Isles islands?
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Some Scenic Areas in Northern Ireland
Thank you! English Wikipedia attributes respective heights of 3,209 feet (978 meters) to England's Scafell Pike and 3,560 feet (1,085 meters) to Wales' Snowdon. The aforementioned source attributes a height of 3,407 feet (1,038.6 meters) to ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
The Haunted Hill Fort: Chanctonbury Ring
Your comment Sep. 17, 2019, in answer to Writer Artist's same-day question intrigues me. Brother Raoul linked prayerful sites to his own praying. He also mentioned other sites as counterproductive. Might he have noted the counterproductive ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
The July allotment
Thank you! Online sources describe pea pods of such species as snap and sugar peas edible and of such species as garden and sweet peas as inedible. Do you compost all pea pods or only inedible pea pods?
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
The Power and the Glory: Who is a saint?
Thank you! It's interesting that a priest does not have to make and respond to his own confession, Last Rites or simple "I'm sorry" to God. Non-priests may baptize. Would it be sufficient for any non-priest to say "I'm sorry"?
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
The Monk Who Went Missing
Thank you! Online sources appear to give only the priestly name. Is Dom Maurus Deegan's birth name known?
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Best Sources of Free Pictures (Photos, Clip Art, and Other Royalty Free Images)
Thank you again for the WizardofOz images link! The introductory image before the first 26 in-text images from the Denslow output appears to caption "The wizard blew a bubble around Santa Claus." It appears to contain an artist signature just ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Beauty and the Beast - How Different Artists Saw the Beast Differently
Beauty appears more interesting for how she braves, for her family, an unexpected situation with an unknown outcome. It correlates with Persephone, for all creation and for her family, braving Hades. Beast furnishes interest as someone whose ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Best Sources of Free Pictures (Photos, Clip Art, and Other Royalty Free Images)
Thank you for the 10th subheading, Online Collections on Specific Topics by Enthusiasts:, linking to The wizard of Oz in pictures. The fourth image makes me think of the in-text meeting of Dorothy with Glinda the Good. Mightn't Glinda seem a ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Best Sources of Free Pictures (Photos, Clip Art, and Other Royalty Free Images)
Thank you for the linked Oz in the 10th subheading, Online Collections on Specific Topics by Enthusiasts! It's interesting that the first Oz book inspired 13 more by L. Frank Baum even as it's sad that the copyright status only protects the ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Hansel and Gretel: Hard Facts Behind the Fairy Tale
The 8th subheading, It inspired numerous adaptations for different media, advises us that "Bugs Bunny performed in the role of the rescuer two decades later [in 1954]." English Wikipedia describes Bewitched bunny as 6 minutes 56 seconds ...
DerdriuMarriner, 12 days ago
Some Scenic Areas in Northern Ireland
The highest point in Britain is 4414 feet, Ben Nevis. It is part of the Three Peaks challenge, which combines the top peaks of England, Scotland and Wales. In Ireland the highest peak is Carauntohil, there are no high peaks in Cornwall.
frankbeswick, 12 days ago
Edible Flowers
No. I don't think that the Virginia bluebell grows wild in Britain, and I have never grown them.
frankbeswick, 12 days ago
The July allotment
Yes, prodding is getting the peas from their pods. The pods can then be composted.
frankbeswick, 12 days ago

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