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Since I took this shot I have cleaned the feeder out

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Lumière

from our 2011 visit to Paris,
bathed in light with the sun setting
she looked amazing.
she lives, will be rebuilt.

for Notre-Dame de Paris

Tags:   Paris Notre-Dame de Paris bird golden spiral textures

N 68 B 545 C 74 E Apr 6, 2019 F Apr 17, 2019
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Sorrento, perched picturesquely on a plateau above the sea with spectacular views over the Bay of Naples, has been a popular tourist destination for almost two centuries. Traditionally the town is one of the favourite resorts of British visitors to Italy, and over the last few decades it has ruled as Italy's leading package-holiday destination for English-speakers. The historic seaside town has learned to live with, and make the most of tourism, and in return it offers a classic 'Mediterranean summer holiday' atmosphere - but without losing all of its Italian character and charm. The key attraction of Sorrento is that it can offer a variety of holiday experiences to suit different visitors, from rural walks through lemon and olive groves to a choice of excursions by land or sea. Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples are accessible in one direction, and the Amalfi Coast in another. Days out can include Roman ruins, low-key seaside resorts, traditional villages and breathtaking scenery. Being well-connected and easy to get to makes this a straightforward and practical holiday choice.

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.. of Loch Duntelchaig, Scottish Highlands on a lovely March evening.

Tags:   loch duntelchaig lone tree evening light shoreline rocks scottish highlands scotland schottland scenery Landscape paysage scenic ecosse escocia scozia inverness shire lago lac caledonia dunlichity hills collines szkocja L E fence colinas 2019 Gordie Broon Photography. long exposure natural reservoir alba inverness clouds sky geotagged Sony ILCE-7RM2 sony 16-35 f4 lens march

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Its the floral equivalent of the swallow: both reappear around the same time and herald the coming of spring. In fact the word 'celandine' comes from the Greek chelidon meaning 'swallow' and it traditionally first blooms on 21st February making it one of the first woodland flowers of the year. This also gave the lesser celandine the name 'spring messenger'.
Other local names include brighteye, butter and cheese, frog's foot, gentleman's ca and frills, golden guineas and pilewort since the herb was given for haemorrhoids. This was based on the doctrine of signatures since the knobbly tubers were thought to resemble piles.
As a member of the buttercup family, it isn't closely related to the greater celandine (a member of the poppy family).
Wordsworth's favourite wild flower wasn't the daffodil - it was lesser celandine. He wrote no less than three poems about it: The Small Celandine, To the Same Flower and To the Small Celandine.

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