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Andy Murray's incredible victory at Wimbledon on a hot day in July is unbeatable

Andy Murray's incredible victory at Wimbledon on a hot day in July is unbeatable - Telegraph

≍ Nature's Fairy Nymphs ≍ magical elves, sprites, pixies and winged woodland faeries - Amelia Jane Murray

Amelia Jane Murray, Lady Oswald, (1800-1896) ~ "Born in Port-e-Chee on the Fairy Island of the Isle of Mann, the daughter of Lord Henry Murray, whose ancestors had for generations been styled the Kings of Man. Her Fairy paintings date from the 1820s. She was inspired by the rich folklore of the Isle of Mann, epitomised by the name of her birthplace, Port-e-Chee, which in Manx Gaelic means ‘Fairy Music' ” — Peter Nahum, Fairy Folk in Fairy Land. London: Peter Naham at Leicester Galleries…

The colorful, magical display of the Northern Lights is regarded as a sign of royal birth in some cultures. Elsewhere it heralds war or the presence of ghosts. In Nordic mythology the aurora was seen as feminine.