Her Maj and Prince Phil – same brooch, same pearls, same love.
We see many old photos, but this set is really special…
Hans Christian Anderson
Winston Churchill, 1895
Mahatma Gandhi dancing
Vincent van Gogh
John Wayne, 1930 (aged 23)
Alfred Hitchcock, 1920’s
Paul Newman, served in the Pacific in WW2
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow
Confederate general Robert E Lee,
Did you know that when Lee joined the confederacy, his farm was taken and later became Arlington National Cemetery.
Edgar Allan Poe poses with Abraham Lincoln in Mathew
Brady’s Washington ,D.C. studio, 1849
Ernest Hemingway as an American Red Cross volunteer during World War I, 1918
Mark Twain, aged 15, 1850
Mother Teresa, What a find… !!!
The Editor: What is wonder, LL ?
Curious Cat: I guess I use all of the definitions.
There is no wonder that the illegals don’t learn English, the Norwegians have used half of all the letters in the alphabet.
I wonder when clutter becomes hoarding ?
TE: The answer is when you can’t keep it out of sight.
If you were naughty Wonder Woman would lasso you.
Here is another Wonder, Stevie. This is the first song that I have seen with over 100 million views.
Explanation: A luminous Milky Way falls toward the horizon in this deep skyscape, starting at the top of the frame from the stars of the Southern Cross and the dark Coalsack Nebula. Captured in the dark predawn of February 2nd from Central Victoria, Australia, planet Earth, the 26 day old waning crescent Moon still shines brightly near the horizon. The second and third brightest celestial beacons are Venus and Jupiter along the lower part of the Milky Way’s central bulge. Almost in line with the brighter planets and Moon, Saturn is the pinprick of light just visible below and right of the lunar glow. Australia’s first astronomers saw the elongated, bulging shape of the familiar Milky Way as a great celestial Emu. The Moon and planets could almost be the Emu’s eggs on this starry night.
Tomorrow’s picture: dos sombreros