Amateur Sceenery!

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Amateur Sceenery!

Post by orin stepanek » Tue Dec 14, 2021 5:23 pm

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I took a photo of beautiful sunset and decided to post it! This is
looking West from the top of my front steps! I hope ya all like it! :D
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Re: Amature Sceenery!

Post by neufer » Tue Dec 14, 2021 7:10 pm

Immature :?:
Amateur :?:
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Re: Amateur Sceenery!

Post by orin stepanek » Wed Dec 15, 2021 12:37 pm

neufer wrote:
Tue Dec 14, 2021 7:10 pm
Immature :?:
Amateur :?:
:oops: Amateur; Spell check missed it also! 🥵 I corrected it!
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Re: Amateur Sceenery!

Post by neufer » Wed Dec 15, 2021 5:05 pm

orin stepanek wrote:
Wed Dec 15, 2021 12:37 pm
neufer wrote:
Tue Dec 14, 2021 7:10 pm
Immature :?:
Amateur :?:
:oops: Amateur; Spell check missed it also! 🥵 I corrected it!
https://www.etymonline.com/word/scenery#etymonline_v_22870 wrote:
scenery (n.) "decoration of a theater stage," 1770, earlier scenary; see scene + -ery.
Meaning "a landscape or view, a pictorial scene" is from 1777.
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scene (n.) 1530s, "subdivision of an act of a play," also "stage-setting," from French scène (14c.), from Latin scaena, scena "scene, stage of a theater," from Greek skēnē "wooden stage for actors," also "that which is represented on stage," originally "tent or booth," related to skia "shadow, shade," via notion of "something that gives shade" (see Ascians). According to Beekes' sources, the Greek word "originally denoted any light construction of cloth hung between tree branches in order to provide shadow, under which one could shelter, sleep, celebrate festivities, etc."
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