From the Guardian, picture of the day, no photography credits given just this; . 17 July 2015 - A kangaroo on the Colmar Estate vineyard in Orange, New South Wales, Australia during the winter storm
Easy to read, yet thoroughly researched and comprehensively explained in order that that you can make informed choices - :D
Other recommended holiday reading http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/07/roughly-100-fantastic-pieces-of-journalism/390318/
Amid further "check' moves by über influential German Finance minster Schaeuble ( http://tinyurl.com/pqwkzpf ) to pressure the Greeks to 'stand and deliver', another equally influential and seasoned EU voice advocates for calm.
*saddest, pending your viewpoint...
- A Taste of GasconyDirector
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