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  • nobu11051991
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Why don’t you see Mt.Fuji , canola flowers are Pacific Ocean at once ?

    Why don’t you see Mt.Fuji , canola flowers are Pacific Ocean at once ?

    Why don’t you see Mt.Fuji , canola flowers are Pacific Ocean at once ? I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries. I’ve got the license of the certificate English guide in Japan for 8 years. I show you hidden Japan which you have never seen and heard of! Mt.Fuji and Pacific Ocean Canola flowers and Mt.Fuji Soleil no oka( Soleil hill) I went to a park called…

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    #Mt.Fuji and canola flowers #Soleil hill #Tokyo travel tips
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  • soleilorsomething
    26.12.2021 - 4 weeks ago
    And there, there overhead, there, there, hung over
    Those thousands of white faces, those dazed eyes,
    There in the starless dark, the poise, the hover,
    There with vast wings across the cancelled skies
    (The End of the World, by Archibald Macleish)
    #hermitcraft#mcyt#joe hills#hermitcraft fanart #click for better quality!! #soleil scribbles #<- new tag bc of the recent bans :/ #moon big spoilers #ask to tag #YES this is about that anon i sent abt joe hills being the equivalent of the orchestra players on the titanic
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  • kidslove-japan
    01.12.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップSoleil HillNagai Seaside ParkYokosuka Trave
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  • kidslove-japan
    01.12.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップSoleil HillNagai Seaside ParkYokosuka Trave
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  • kidslove-japan
    01.12.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップSoleil HillNagai Seaside ParkYokosuka Trave
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  • kidslove-japan
    26.11.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • kidslove-japan
    26.11.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • kidslove-japan
    26.11.2021 - 1 mont ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • valorandgold
    02.09.2021 - 4 monts ago

    “...I haven’t the faintest idea how this conversation about chests has arisen, but, quite frankly I don’t want to know.”

    Dwyer sips some tea.

    “However if Prince Siegbert gets into trouble again, I shall be sure to take the liberty of preparing a casket and a gravestone for him.”

    #~Up On Melancholy Hill~ ;; Dwyer #~Eyes Without A Face~ ;; Dashboard Commentary #soleil-is-the-bae#gallant-gained
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  • yourlocalfairygothparent
    23.08.2021 - 5 monts ago

    Realizing he couldn’t get away with designing war machines in his new life after the unification of the Empire, the Counselor's Son utilizes his engineering genius to instead build Rube Goldberg machines all throughout the palace to fuck with everybody.

    #probably ends in setting Twin Brother's hair on fire or some shit #Post-canon CS will always be a gremlin bastard and I'm dying on that hill #cirque du soleil #cirque du soleil ka #ka#counselor's son
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  • thecatreadingbooks
    24.04.2021 - 9 monts ago

    Literary Spotlight: Dawn Hill Publishing's New Author Soleil Collins & a Peek of Her Soon to Release Book of Short Stories~ He Came On A Summers Day...

    Literary Spotlight: Dawn Hill Publishing’s New Author Soleil Collins & a Peek of Her Soon to Release Book of Short Stories~ He Came On A Summers Day…

    Book by Author Soleil Collins Here we go Readers & Visitors!My amazing UK friends of Dawn Hill Publishing is sharing with Cat an exclusive Sneak Peek of a brand new author they represent and some of the first chapter of her “Coming Soon” new release titled “He Came On A Summers Day.” Dawn Hill has some fantastic authors and writers. I am confident Soleil Collins is as well. I’m honored Dawn Hill…

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    #Author News #Author of Dawn Hill Publishing #Book Spotlight#Books #Dawn Hill Blog #Free Preview #He Came On A Summers Day #Literary Spotlight #Meet Soleil Collins #Sol Collins #Soon To Release #Writing
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  • kidslove-japan
    12.03.2021 - 10 monts ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • kidslove-japan
    12.03.2021 - 10 monts ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • kidslove-japan
    12.03.2021 - 10 monts ago
    #travelトラベルブログトラベルビログTravel VlogJourneyvlogジャーニー旅行视频博客ソレイユの丘Tripnagai uminote park soleil hillトリップ
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  • toysoldiers-rwby
    26.01.2021 - 11 monts ago

    Putting together some bust and portrait  examples for a commissioner, showing the difference between simple and complex and these are some of my favorites.

    I am SO HAPPY with the range of my style. One of my personal pet peeves is same face syndrome. Even characters with similar traits still look different from another.

    honestly i still practice with chibis such tho....

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  • undsowiesogenau
    19.01.2022 - 5 days ago

    Mein Bild von Saint-Tropez hatte sich bisher vorwiegend aus Eindrücken zusammengefügt, die ich beim exzessiven Konsum der französischen Fernsehserie »Sous le Soleil« gesammelt hatte, in Deutschland pointiert »St. Tropez« genannt. Es handelte sich um eine Art »Beverly Hills 90210«, bloß eben an der Côte d’Azur, und in ziemlich jungen Jahren hatte mir das Leben, wie es sich dort darstellte, recht gut gefallen, da es sich nur zwischen Drinks am Strand, Fahrten von Villa zu Villa und amourösen Eskapaden abspielte. Arbeit machte lediglich die Strandbar, die die zentrale Clique geschmeidig betrieb, aber diese Arbeit sah so aus, dass alle nicht nur sich, sondern halt auch noch ein paar anderen bunte Getränke mischten.

    Insofern war ich elektrisiert, als Joachim vorschlug, nach Saint-Tropez zu fahren. Zumal die Fahrt über die Corniche d’Or führte. Das war, wie es allenthalben hieß, eine der schönsten Straßen der Welt, deren kurvige Strecke auf steilen roten Felsen immer am Meer entlang ging. Es hieß allerdings, man stünde dort oft im Stau, weil eben alle sie nehmen wollten.

    Wir hatten sie beinahe ganz für uns. So ist das hier wohl im Januar, und ganz besonders im Januar 2022.

    Hier war die Welt wie in »Sous le Soleil«, die Sonne ließ das Wasser glitzern, einmal glaubte ich sogar Delfine zu sehen, und in den Bergen erhob sich wie eine im Rosérausch geträumte Raumstation Pierre Cardins »Palais Bulle« zwischen Pinien und Zypressen. Doch kurz bevor Saint-Tropez in den Blick kam, änderte sich die Lage.

    Es wurde nämlich kühl und feucht, regnete gar ein wenig. Saint-Tropez sah aus wie Santa Monica in der dritten Häuserreihe hinterm Strand. Im Hafen lagen jede Menge Yachten, die wirkten wie teure Sneakers. Bei einer schwarzen Yacht stand die Terrassentür offen, und drinnen sah ich ein grotesk großes Gemälde in hysterischen Acrylfarben. Die zwei Cafés, die als interessant galten, waren in der Winterpause, so wie beinahe alle anderen Läden auch. In den Fenstern hingen Plakate mit Models in Bademode, die ankündigten, im April gehe es hier wieder los, ganz so, als sei Leben nur in Badehose möglich. Eine Pfauhenne lief den Bürgersteig entlang. Also wirklich der Vogel. Eventuell ein Zeichen.

    Außerhalb der Stadtmauern ruhte das Meer. Am Strand fand ich viele Muscheln.

    Später kauften wir eine »Tarte Tropézienne«. Diese hier entwickelte Delikatesse war von Brigitte Bardot so getauft worden. Mir gefiel besonders das Papier, in das der stumme Pâtissier sie einwickelte. Sollte das vielleicht die Bardot sein? Jedenfalls ward so die Ehre von Saint-Tropez gerettet, denn die Torte schmeckte exakt so, wie die Fernsehserie gewesen war. Und wie der Ort vielleicht auch wieder sein würde, im Sommer oder für Reiche oder vor fünfzig Jahren.

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  • nobu11051991
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago
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  • kevinscottgardens
    31.12.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    13 au 19 décembre 2021

    It’s been an intense week of planting and doing things to make sure the garden overall is looking great for M et Mme’s arrival next week. The whole family is hoping to spend Christmas here as long as Covid doesn’t scupper them.

    Coulie started planting the hedge behind the pool house while I continued planting the little plants from the first delivery. Wednesday, Alejandro stopped by late in the afternoon and we adjusted the hedge a bit. It looks much better. I was finally able to complete the change of ownership on the car online. I need to wait for the the carte gris (pink slip in the US) to arrive then I need to send that and a copy of my driving licence to my insurance company. I just hope I’m not forgetting anything. 

    My sister sent me a delicious and cute Christmas gift. She also sent me a fun long-sleeve shirt - ‘Making Spirits Bright’ by Vineyard Vines.

    Friday I planted the vast majority of the hedge plants around the pool. I focused on the smaller ones towards the middle of the day to get them in the ground and watered in. I watered all of the ones still in pots. I had a massage in the evening then had a Zoom call with Pasquale about doing some computer work with him. He asked me to start familiarising myself with this new opportunity by converting documents. I will need to start training on the software very soon.

    I collected my carte gris from the post office Saturday morning and uploaded it and photos of my driving licence to the insurance company. That took some time because the website didn’t like my photos... I spent the rest of the day puttering around in the kitchen, making use of my last harvest of chillies and also a pumpkin, cranberry, walnut loaf. In the evening I headed into Antibes and met Dee to go to Caroline’s birthday party at the Absinthe Bar. It was another fun evening of singing and dancing.

    Sunday I tasted the loaf and it’s delicious. It’s even better toasted. I ran some errands and did laundry. It’s a beautiful and freezing day out there. I have Christmas carols playing in the background.

    Cours de français hebdomadaire

    pour profiter d'un après-midi spontané - a spontaneous afternoon

    gravir une colline - to climb a hill

    visiter une cascade - to visit a waterfall

    s'orienter - to get oriented

    trouver son chemin - to find one’s way

    se promener en ville - to wander through town

    regarder le coucher de soleil - to watch the sunset

    se perdre en ville - to get lost in town

    rouler le long de la côte - to drive along the coast

    être repu - to be satiated

    Plant of the week

    Ericaceae Arbutus unedo L.

    common name(s) - strawberry tree, cane apple, Dalmatian strawberry, Killarney strawberry tree; français : arbre à fraises; italiano : corbezzolo synonym(s) - Arbutus cassinifolia Steud.; A. crispa Hoffmanns.; A. croomii auct.; A. integrifolia Sims; A. intermedia Heldr. ex Nyman; A. laurifolia L.f.; A. microphylla auct.; A. nothocomaros Heldr. ex Nyman; A. pavarii Pamp.; A. procumbens Kluk ex Besser; A. salicifolia Cels ex Hoffmanns.; A. serratifolia Salisb.; A. turbinata Pers. ex Rchb.; A. unedo f. subcrenata Maire; A. unedo var. ellipsoidea Aznov.; A. unedo var. salicifolia Regel; A. vulgaris Bubani; Unedo edulis Hoffmanns. & Link; Unedo globosa Jord.; Unedo oviformis Jord. conservation rating - Least Concern native to - Ireland and Mediterranean location - Domaine de l’Orangerie leaves - mid-green leathery and glossy on the upper side, dull on the underside, laurel-like and with a serrated or serrulated margin flowers - panicles of pink to white in autumn and winter fruit - has the texture of a lush tropical fruit and has a delicate pleasant flavour, ripe in November and December and is about 15mm in diameter habit - spreading, evergreen, shrubby tree, with rough shredding red-brown bark, to 9m tall and 8m wide habitat - heath scrub, open woodland, rocky slopes and lake shores growing in limestone, slate and sandstone shallow soils; holm oak forests of the lower mountains, 700m to 1,000m, and flat areas of the Mediterranean where there is a mild climate with dry summers pests - aphids disease - arbutus leaf spot hardiness - to -20ºC (H6) soil - well-drained loam, sand or chalk sun - full sun, sheltered propagation - seed (fruit take 12 months to ripen, therefore the tree has mature fruit and flowers at the same time and flowers in autumn and germination rate is low, rarely over 20%.); semi-ripe cuttings in late summer pruning - dead, damaged, diseased nomenclature - Ericaceae - Pliny’s version of an ancient Greek name used by Theophrastus; Arbutus - the ancient Latin name or Celtic arboise for a rough fruit; unedo - Latin meaning ‘I eat only one’ NB - the national tree of Italy because of its green leaves, its white flowers and its red berries, colours that recall the Italian flag; A. unedo can have many purposes, the ornamental one is the most common, this can be a valuable plant also for restoring degraded ecosystems and preventing desertification and being a pioneer plant and growing well also in poor soils, it can be used in a wide array of situations

    References :

    Gledhill, David, (2008) “The Names of Plants”, fourth edition; Cambridge University Press; ISBN: 978-0-52168-553-5

    IUCN [online] https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/202930/68076133 [20 Dec 21]

    Plants for a Future [online] https://pfaf.org/User/plant.aspx?latinname=Arbutus+unedo [20 Dec 21]

    Plants of the World [online] https://powo.science.kew.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:326526-1 [20 Dec 21]

    Royal Horticultural Society [online] https://www.rhs.org.uk/plants/1473/arbutus-unedo/details [20 Dec 21]

    Wikipedia [online] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbutus_unedo [20 Dec 21]

    World Flora Online [online] https://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000543204 [20 Dec 21]

    SARS-CoVid-2 update (incidence rate per 100,000)

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