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At 6:00pm on April 19, 2018, Ted said…

Thank you Nelson for the like on my Swami.

Hope you are feeling better now and your eyes have improved.

Have a great weekend.  Ted

At 6:06am on April 19, 2018, Mary Rogers said…

Thank you Nelson! I appreciate your wonderful comment and the like too on my lion pastel. He's a wild one, isn't he? I loved his mane too.

At 5:00am on April 19, 2018, Lyn Pilgrim said…

Hi Mr Nelson thank you for your kind comment on my Anemones. glad you liked them. I'm not painting as much as I was that's why I don't often post. Hope you are well, Lyn xx 

At 7:06pm on April 18, 2018, Ted said…

Thank you Nelson for the like on Fishing Boats on Galilee

Ted

At 3:45am on April 17, 2018, Ted said…

Thanks Nelson for the like on my Koala

Ted

At 6:19am on April 16, 2018, Rosalien Hanssen said…

Hi Nelson welcome...... friend. 

At 6:17am on April 16, 2018, Rosalien Hanssen said…

Nelson, thank you for your lovely words, and yes I have a lot patience!!!! Greetings Rosalien

At 10:01pm on April 15, 2018, John R said…

Hey Nelson....thanks so much for the likes and wonderful comments. The portrait of the lady just seemed so emotional in prayer that I could not help but relate it to prayer for world peace .....sonething so uncertain these days. Thanks again.

John :)

At 5:27pm on April 15, 2018, Ted said…

Thank you Nelson for the like and comments on my Jaguar. Greatly appreciated my friend.

Ted

At 12:09pm on April 14, 2018, John R said…

Hi Nelson

Hope you are doing well....thanks for the likes on my latest work. 

John :)

At 8:36am on April 14, 2018, Sandi Vince said…

Thank you Nelson.

At 6:16am on April 14, 2018, Mary Rogers said…

Hi Nelson, many thanks my friend for your lovely compliment on my kitten pastel and the like too. I have to admit, that hand was really tough to do! Somehow I managed to get it right! lol. I always appreciate your kind words.

At 6:45pm on April 13, 2018, Ted said…

Thank you Nelson for the like and great comments on my Samburu Warrior. They are very much appreciated. Pastel pencil are a lot easier to manage than coloured pencils, I found them a lot easier to blend, especially for skin tones.

Ted

At 5:28pm on April 12, 2018, Ted said…

Thanks Nelson for the comments and like on Buffalo Bill.

Have a great weekend my friend.  Ted

At 5:55pm on April 11, 2018, Ted said…

Thanks Nelson fo the like on my rose.

Ted

At 9:40am on April 11, 2018, Paul Dodd said…

Looking  at those numbers again I had to work it out. so if it  rained every other day in the London area where I live we'd  get 0.12 inches of rain each of to days so if layed a coin flat on the floor it's  face would probable still not be covered with a days rain .so it's not as wet as you think it is.

Admittedly there have been days when 2 inches of rain have fallen in less than an hour which causes a lot of flooding

At 6:08am on April 11, 2018, Mary Rogers said…

Hi Nelson, thank you for your beautiful compliment and the like too on my tiger pastel. I appreciate it so much my friend.

At 4:53am on April 11, 2018, Paul Dodd said…

We used to get a lot more fog years ago but there only seem to be only about one foggy day in a year now the weather has changed

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I think the wet and rainy old England was started by some of the first soldier came over to fight in ww1 and ww2 who came from some of Americas warmer dryer states. Many of them staying in tents until the invasion of Europe.

We do have more cloudy days than some of the places and many of the northern city's in the UK do get a higher rainfall but only comparable to many of the city's in the USA.

A lot of smoke in clouds can start rain and smogg as we all used coal fires back then it could be darker because of the smoke added to that there was fired started by the estimated 30.000 tonnes of bombs the fell on British cities that killed 40.000 people so things were a bit grim

So a young US soldier sitting in a army tent the weather became very important thing.

London get less than half the rain of the following city's in the US

New Orleans, 62.7 inches
Miami, Florida, 61.9 in. Birmingham, Alabama, 53.7 in. Memphis, Tennessee, 53.7 Jacksonville, Florida, 52.4 in. Orlando, 50.7 in.
New York, New York, 49.9 in. Houston, Texas, 49.8 in.
Atlanta, Georgia, 49.7 in.

London England 22.9 in

Now if I was sitting down in a certain part of Hawaii I'd be moaning a lot about the weather

Hawaii Mauna Kea 404. 4 in

That's one he'll of a lot of wet stuff

At 2:30pm on April 10, 2018, Paul Dodd said…

Our avarage rainful  isn't a great deal more than yours  and looking, some parts of Hawaii  gets more than us . our Rainful Is a lot better than many US states but at times we do feel like we have webbed feet because we don't  always have the heat to dry things off.   We all enjoy our wet day out at the theme park sunday on a hot sunny day you can wait for 3 hours for a ride on a wet day it goes down to 20 to 30 minute and some you could walk straight on so if I wanted  more rides I'd  pick on a wet day

At 5:46am on April 10, 2018, Mary Rogers said…

Thanks Nelson for the like on my lioness pastel. I appreciate that!

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