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March - Tossing the Pancake

A Victorian cook, kitchen maid and the family of the house enjoying the traditional Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) pancake tossing excitement in the kitchen. From “The Comic Almanack for 1837: An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest Containing All Things Fitting For Such Work by Rigdum Funnidos, Gent. - Adorned with a dozen of ‘Righte Merrie’ Cuts pertaining to the Months, and an Hieroglyphic, by George Cruikshank.” Published in London by Charles Tilt ‘Bibliopolist’, 1836.

© Linda Steward

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Callisto And Artemis

The nymph Callisto succumbs to the embraces of Zeus, who is disguised as the goddess Artemis. Artemis, who demanded that her nymphs remained chaste, later discovered the indiscretion and turned Callisto into a bear. Engraving by Fr. Stober after Joh. Ender. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

© 2010 Getty Images

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northern lights over Aldeyjarfoss waterfall in Iceland

The Aldeyjarfoss waterfall is situated in the north of Iceland at the northern part of the Sprengisandur Highland Road which means it is to be found within the Highlands of Iceland. One of the most interesting features of the waterfall is the contrast between the black basalt columns and the white waters of the fall. In this, it is similar to the much smaller Icelandic waterfall Svartifoss in Skaftafell. The river SkjA¡lfandafljA³t drops here from a height of 20 m. The basalt belongs to a lava field called Frambruni or SuA°urA¡rhraun, hraun being the Icelandic designation for lava.