What do you like to share on myLot?
April 15, 2019 7:31am CST
MyLot is a brilliant site where we can share many things such as our lives, music, nature, places and many other topics We learn so much from each other globally. May it never stop. What do you like to share on myLot? The photo is of the gardens in Osborne House on the Isle of Wight. This was one of Queen Victoria's homes. Although I am easily amused this Queen was not!
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That is a beautiful photo. I love learning things and seeing photo from other countries and learning what other traditions are practised around the world. And how they differ from people from those countries to the practises of those natives living here. What I don't like are the acronyms that members use that only those who are local to them understand-that strikes me as a private post that others aren't really invited to as they won't understand it. And.....did you know......that when we put a photo up apparently part of the information stored with that photo include the latitude and longitude co-ordinates so that the exact location can be found easily? I saw that on a segment of the news recently and found it somewhat interesting.
• Sutton, England
Thank you Julia. I don't think I've come across posts that are only meant to be for a few. I like learning about history and the geography of a country. It is amazing that the metadata on a photo can give so much information. I wouldn't know how to obtain that information though.
• United States
@Gillygirl I was just thinking that I haven't done one of those in a long while. I just haven't had the interest in awhile. I still follow facebook pages dedicated to the history, but I just haven't perused them in awhile. I have been watching videos about how people got dressed in various time periods. That and a few youtubers who sew costumes based off of patterns from the Edwardian and Victorian eras have consumed my time lately.
@Gillygirl I can only imagine what it might be like to employ people in my dwelling. Would it be like one big family only not a close one? Sounds like Queen Victoria was not a happy person? Was it the responsibility? But she had children to be content with.