Weekly photo challenge || Close up

Weekly photo challenge || Close up

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Idioms :

 none of your beeswax

(British & Australian informal) an impolite way of saying that you do not want someone to know about your private life   

‘So where the heck have you been?’ ‘None of your beeswax!’

be as busy as a bee

(old-fashionedalso be a busy bee (old-fashioned)  to be very busy or very active

She’s as busy as a bee, always going to meetings and organizing parties.

be the bee’s knees

(British & Australian informal) to be extremely good

Have you tried this double chocolate-chip ice cream? It’s the bee’s knees, it really is.

have a bee in your bonnet

to keep talking about something again and again because you think it is important, especially something that other people do not think is important (often + about )

She’s got a real bee in her bonnet about people keeping their dogs under control.

source : the free dictionary

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Weekly Photo Challenge ||Half and Half

Weekly Photo Challenge ||Half and Half

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half-and-half

n : a mixture of half one thing and half another thing
or  (Brewing) a drink consisting of equal parts of beer and stout, or equal parts of bitter and mild
adj :   of half one thing and half another thing
adv :  in two equal parts
 
source : The Free Dictionary
 

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Weekly Photo Challenge ||Half and Half

Weekly Photo Challenge ||Half and Half

half and half
           

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half-and-half

n : a mixture of half one thing and half another thing
or  (Brewing) a drink consisting of equal parts of beer and stout, or equal parts of bitter and mild
adj :   of half one thing and half another thing
adv :  in two equal parts
 
source : The Free Dictionary
 

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Half and Half”

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #5

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #5

Rooster
           

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Roosters are symbolic of aggressiveness and a warning of impending danger, it is also reflective of the shimmering aspects of personality.
 
Read more at Buzzle: Roosters
 

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Another interesting post on this symbol  : The Gallic Rooster

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #4

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #4

Blue Butterfly
           

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A blue butterfly is often considered as a sign of life, as it is an adult, and is at the peak of its life. Butterflies are often regarded as a symbol of love, and so can be seen used in various cards and paintings. In many cultures, butterflies are used to symbolize rebirth.
 
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Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #3

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #3

Eggs
           

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A symbol of fertility, purity, and rebirth, presenting someone with eggs is considered lucky. A brown egg is associated with not just luck but also happiness. Besides, eggs are also used to encourage the growth of crops, protect cattle and young children from misfortune, and also as a means to ward off the evil eye. In England, a gift of a white Egg is considered lucky, but a brown Egg, not only brings luck, but happiness as well.
 
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Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #2

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol #2


            Horse Shoe

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A well-known Euro-American symbol of luck is that of the horseshoe. It is often associated with the properties to protect an individual from evil, and is known to keep the devil away from the house that has a horseshoe on the doorway. A horseshoe pointing upwards stores good luck inside forever. However, there are a few who believe that hanging it upside down allows all of the good luck, protective powers and good fortune to shower upon you and your house.
 
Read more at Buzzle: The Horseshoe
 

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Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol

Weekly Photo Challenge || Symbol


             Olive Tree

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The Olive Tree has a long history of symbolism, and there are a number of representations which an olive tree is linked to. It acts as a symbol for reward, victory, strength, purification, fruitfulness, and peace. In Greek mythology, the tree was considered sacred, and it was believed that the tree was formed from the quarrel between Athene, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom, and Poseidon, the God of Sea and Earthquake.
Read more at Buzzle: The Olive Tree

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symbol”