Star

Cartoon stars, Incredible Hulk and friends, at Piecaramba in Brighton, June 2020


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Thanks to everyone who brought us something fruity last week. Big thanks go to David for intriguing fruity detail; Le Drake Noir for fruit not of the earth; Nicole for a tattooed pear; Geriatri’x‘ for a fascinating fruit story; and One Letter Up for an unusual location for fruit.

If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.

     

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 9 August 2020

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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      1. It was a very weak display of the northern lights over Colpoy’s Bay. On the other side of the peninsula over Lake Huron they were much brighter. I also later found out that Earth was passing through three different meteor showers that weekend which explains the shooting star.

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        1. The Perseids had recently started when I took the photo and then I saw a reference that there was two other meteor showers taking place and visible in this part of Ontario.

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