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  • Brazilian Portuguese

    14 January 2017

    Each day is a day to learn something, I parked and locked my bike then when into a shop to buy a drink however the price was too expensive So I left and some people followed They were speaking French So I said to them that it was dear they asked where...

  • A wonderful world. 一個奇妙的世界。

    01 January 2017

    So with the beginning of 2017. Happiness to the day. flowers await to blossom yet people blossom every day Seasons nurture nature but kind words are sustaining us with learned lovely language lullabies lull us into 2017 HARIKA BIR DÜNYA. Yani 2017 yılının...

  • Switzerland an inferior Scotland

    01 April 2017

    Look on Switzerland as a sort of inferior Scotland Sidney Smith (1771-1845) Scotland! thy weather's like a modish wife! Thy winds and rains, forever arre a strife: So Termagent, a while her thunder tries, And, when she can no longer scold- she cries....

  • Pirr

    02 May 2017

    , . Pirr Pirr, pirr, glancing my face, awaiting the late ferry, as the day seeks to close. Pirr is a light breath of wind, such as will make a cat's paw in the water

  • A Poetry Extravaganza

    14 May 2017

    A Poetry Extravaganza BRINGING MANY FORMS OF ART TO DROITWICH SPA Droitwich Arts Festival. Three weeks of mostly free events.Live music, art, crafts, exhibitions, drama, and poetry. Droitwich Spa ArtsFest Sat 15th July - 5th August 2017 Droitwich Spa...

  • Une promenade

    15 May 2017

    . A small stroll in the morning mist. . overtaken as I slowly observed the world around my eyes . . Now as sun arrives perhaps it is time for a coffee and a nice breakfast

  • 12th of July Bonfire

    12 July 2017

    12th of July with a lovely Bonfire Always lovely in the countryside. Celebrate the day with such joy With songs, drinks and sausages We cement the lingering friendship

  • Guy Debord

    16 August 2017

    “In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles. Everything that was directly lived has moved away into a representation.” ― Guy Debord . Guy Debord worried over the governments...

  • freedom of speech

    01 June 2018

    freedom, . In the England, freedom of speech is not set out in law – but it is assumed through the European Convention of Human Rights, and various case law. There are laws on hate speech. Anything which incites violence, encourages religious or racial...

  • Summer: Happiness in the Sunshine.

    05 July 2018

    . What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine to the mind. . . A good and happy life is one in which pleasures outweigh the pains overall. Sunshine...

  • A cold frosty morning.

    16 February 2020

    A cold frosty morning. All is good. A fresh air in my lungs. All is well. Cycling - Freedom - Happy to be alive. Pleasure around. Blessings abound. . .

  • Horses like violin playing

    01 September 2020

    This horse has seems to have better rhythm than most people (including some musicians out there). Thanks for watching! Please remember to 'like' & 'subscribe... Here's a video of me playing some of Lindsey Stirling's "Crystallize" for George, the one-eyed...

  • History Derry Londonderry football

    29 August 2020

    Part of a C4 Documentary profiling Derry City & Rangers. Made in 1990. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

  • Waddle like a penguin in winter

    12 January 2017

    If you want to be safe with all the snow and ice then waddle waddle like a penguin Penguins walk all the time on the Snow and ice and they have learned how not to fall down So if you like being healthy and do not like falling down then learn to do a waddle...

  • No Activity with the stream is dry.

    17 January 2017

    So with the modern times The heat has withered the stream has gone Acitve but not observed. probally streams underground A treasure splashing under our busy feet smile in knowledge Smile All is good

  • Ukko .: .: The most powerful God in Finland.

    01 February 2017

    Ukko was the God of rain, thunder, agriculture and war In Finland, of the bygone days, people would casts spells. Those spells were to persuade and convince Ukko to make rain. Or they would cast a spell to assist their warfare. Ukko was the mighty God...

  • Medieval stone castles

    21 February 2017

    Wonderful history of the stone castles in Europe. The history of the medieval stone castles begins really in the tenth century. The tenth century was the period in Euroe which finally took shape as a well-defined and unmistakable social and cultural...

  • Sunday by the Cross

    11 October 2020

    Just now the hill from my house on the shore is a Celtic Cross Beside the cross is a bench to read the Sunday newspaper Such a lovely Sunday Morning

  • The Freedom bakery

    21 July 2018

    The Freedom bakery A Glasgow bakery The Freedom Balery is not your average bakery. In fact, almost all the bakers here are either currently incarcerated, or have just got out of prison. It can add a sense of identity that is missing, because no one wants...

  • Spring in the country

    01 May 2018

    Spring in the country . .

  • Planting saplings for a new forest

    10 October 2017

    There is such a pleasure in planting saplings to re-envirogate a barren area It does not take much time to plant some saplings The pleasure is not an instant shot of gratitude but a graduał pleasure over the years as you return as the fruit of your effort...

  • Rory McEwen

    27 July 2017

    Rory McEwen was a Scottish artist painting exquisite beauty of flowers. The delicate flower in paint is so difficult. This is wonderful. “I paint flowers as a way of getting as close as possible to what I perceive as the truth, my truth of the time in...

  • Duolingo Say the Worst Advice Was to Listen to the Users

    17 March 2017

    "Just because users have feedback, doesn't mean that it is good." This was seen in the interview with this CEO of the Duolingo https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/290664 Donald Norman's book, "The Design of Ordinary Things" is probably the best book...

  • Scotland is indefinable.

    31 March 2017

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 -94) Scotland is indefinable, it has no unity except upon the map. .................................................................................................................................................. Hugh MacDiarmid...

  • Orcagna "Noli me tangere"

    02 April 2017

    Noli me tangere c. 1343 We see paintings that were done those so many centuries ago. We are amazed at the brilliance of the colours in this painting. The radiance of the shining Gold,richness of a story before our eyes. A powerful painting don upon wood,...