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I had missed this one I think, I may have rated it but surely forgot to comment. I do love this as well!
“Always remember, you’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think” ~Winnie The Pooh
I like the song too. Have a nice day My friend.
" I want to know,
have you ever seen the rain??? " - Creedence Clearwater Revival
It is said that a song can transcend the bound of language, class and creed ... I am happy to listen that you liked the song ... Have a nice time ahead @queeky, looking forward to more of your wonderful creations...
Every artist was first an amateur.
URSA MAJOR AND MINOR, BIG AND ILITTLE DIPPER , THE TOP RIGHT STAR IN THE BOTTOM CONSTELLATION POINTS DIRECTLY AT POLARIS WHICH IS TRUE NORTH, THE NAVIGATIONAL POINT FOR SAILORS FOR CENTURIES AND THE EARTHS AXIS POINT...NIC E WORK
consent can be nulified by reason of cohersion or duress!
The Ursa major is known as the "Saptarishi" or "the seven sages" in Bengali (Native language of Kolkata, West Bengal) and as it looks like a question mark, it has always intrigued the star-gazers. And the "Pole star" is known as "dhruba tara" or the "fixed star"!!
One of my favourite Bengali songs by a phenomenal singer Hemanta Mukhopadhyay : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dx62yviCAbs . It translates to be : the pole star asks me how long I will be aimlessly drifting ...
the position of the stars, I'd say you live in Detroit - ha ha (I mean Calcutta)
sure that they look the "same unique" at all places, Detroit or Kolkata!! Are you a star-gazer too? Love you betty for your encouragement!! Your monets have been brilliant too, loved them!!