Yeah, that fits the theme, but I'd already posted the song earlier this week.
Once you have the towbar you'll need one of these (sheep are extra):
You'll need bullbars and a towbar to complete the farmer image.
A lot of photography is about luck. Being in the right place, at the right time. Sometimes you get the right light, mostly you don't.
There are some people, men & women, who are attractive in an obvious way. You notice them immediately. There are others who you need time to appreciate. They have features which you gradually notice over time, which combined become very attractive.
Liking someone's features because you love them is something different. A squint nose or crooked teeth become adorable because you love the person.
She was famous in the UK during WWII, and her fame continued for decades because she was trotted out every year around Armistice Sunday time.
I'm surprised that she was well known in Canada, but that may be a shared history thing.
Without giving it much thought I'd always assumed it was about the USA entering WWII. Bluebirds aren't native to Dover.
Wikipedia notes that the songwriter was just unaware that bluebirds are only found in the Americas.
Not at all. All comments welcome. Is that Johnson track whimsical. I get the feeling he was entirely serious about it.
Hmmm, I'm not sure about that. I think it needs a few more listens before I decide. Great guitar, of course.
I didn't see the news of Vera Lynn's death, back in June. Very sad to see the passing of a WWII icon, and the "forces' sweetheart", but she achieved the grand old-age of 103.
"There'll be love and laughter
And peace ever after.
Tomorrow, when the world is free"
In July the roads are usually hoaching with tourists. I have become used to empty roads, and going places where I don't encounter anyone. I was beginning to enjoy those experiences.
Things are changing fast. I had to sit at a junction for 2 minutes waiting for traffic to pass, before I could join the main road. That hasn't happened for months.
Many shops are opening on Friday, but there is a mandatory requirement to wear a facemask before you enter.
2020 is unlike any year I've ever experienced.
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