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    Talking Happy Easter Holidays!

    Happy Easter Holidays!

    In Poland we also wish "..and a tasty eggs.."

    Happy Easter Holidays! and a tasty eggs!

    Traditional Polish Easter eggs look like on this photo (courtesy of Wikipedia):


    Some might wonder how to get such color: you need to add certain vegetables and fruits during boiling like onion, beetroot etc. Using traditional organics paint allows eating them at the end of day.


    Show me some your eggs (if you have the real one, or make 3d version)..


    I would like to remind about Easter promotion of TrueArt plugins.

    During following days TrueArt's Modeling Pack will be offered with discount $50 from regular price.

    You can read more and purchase LW 2019 compatible plugins at:
    http://modelingpack.trueart.eu

    Best Regards!
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    I found table of vegetables, fruits and coffee, that you can use to get certain color:


    Onion peels - brown
    Coffee - intensive brown
    Red cabbage - navy blue
    Beets - red-pink
    Pepper powder - red
    Turmeric - yellow
    Curry - yellow
    Spinach - light green
    Alder cones - dark approaching black
    Parsley - light green
    lueberries, blueberries - dark blue
    Red wine - purple
    Cherries - red
    Cranberry juice - pink
    Carrots - yellow
    Camomile infusion - light yellow
    Grapes with vinegar - lavender
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    Happy belated Easter from Arizona.
    I saw some Quail easter chicks hiking around in the desert today.
    We were both hiking around, and the quail call out warnings to their chicks.
    They all run for cover under the prickly pairs.
    LOL, so comical!

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    A belated happy Easter from "almost the middle of nowhere" Iowa. My corner of the state is still half under water from spring flooding, but the day was a beautiful one to have, despite all the troubles.

    We had some rabbits hopping about our yard, eating those pesky dandelions, and we had both Pheasant and Quail out as well. Spring has truly come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryslin View Post
    A belated happy Easter from "almost the middle of nowhere" Iowa.
    Thank you very much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryslin View Post
    My corner of the state is still half under water from spring flooding,
    Inevitable after severe winter.. In US year-by-year now there are heavy winters. All because of global warming. Unlike common sense.
    If the all arctic and Greenland ice will melt, Atlantic underwater current will be disrupted.
    This can lead to heavy winters in UK. Similar or worser than on the continental Europe.
    (Atlantic underwater current causes mild winters in UK)
    Global warming causes increase variation of global temperatures, from mild to more extreme.

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