Sunday, 14 February 2016

Gardening Monthly.....Unrelated blogger comments photos

Each month we post a thread called Unrelated Blogger Comments for you to post comments unrelated to anything on the go at the moment.

We pick a picture from Google Pics to represent the month of the year ,but if you want to submit pictures we may use them.

MD2 loves their Garden and  posted a picture of a black Lily and after a conversation of the blog it was suggested that you could submit pictures from your garden , as the picture for the monthly post to reflect the season.

What  good idea...we should n't think about MS all the time, so if you want to send any nice pictures to bartsmsblog@gmail.com this would be appreciated.
 
                                       London in Feb

In doing so you are agreeing for us to use it  for free and you agree that it is not someone elseses picture that is copyright protected. Likewise be aware once a picture is posted on google then it is free game for others to access. 

12 comments:

  1. Sorry to be a party pooper but if time is limited I would rather people's comments and questions about MS are answered rather than gardening. There are plenty of gardening blogs.

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  2. you are being a pooper indeed. This is asking for a picture which you will get anyway. This could waste less of my time not more. I'm off to Kew to startvus off :-)

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    1. Enjoy Kew! I'd love to visit Kew one day. I spent many hours in the Botanics in Edinburgh.

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  3. Wonderful! Gardening is essential to wellbeing, to life, and consequently dealing with MS. Even if you don't have a garden, you can grow many things indoors. I've sent in a picture. :o)

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  4. Solicitor Living with MSSunday, February 14, 2016 4:24:00 pm

    The copyright issue is a serious one. A casual blogger got badly sued for just using a random image she searched via Google for post on something really inane. Photographers and image makers are now using new software to identify blogs using their copyrighted images and threatening them with legal action. Even education and ad-free blogs like this are not immune to UK copyright laws. Be careful, guys.

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    1. They can always put in an image credit - that, in combination with permission from the photographer is enough. Much better than harvesting images from the internet.

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  5. How long is the growing season in the UK? Because of your far north latitude sunlight is weak in the winter but does the warm gulf stream current enable gardens to produce in winter (i.e. no hard frosts)?

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    1. The growing season varies with latitude across the UK, and hard frosts are certainly possible in inland areas particularly. Minus ten degrees Celsius was forecasted for an area in the Highlands of Scotland recently. But the Gulf Stream does indeed have an important effect, e.g. on what is possible to grow in the Logan Botantic Garden on the west coast of Scotland: http://www.rbge.org.uk/the-gardens/logan/garden-features?searched=climate&advsearch=exactphrase&highlight=ajaxSearch_highlight+ajaxSearch_highlight1

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  6. Perhaps it was the way it was written. If this is only asking for a picture then great. I don't have time to read through comments about gardening, I read this blog to learn more about my MS.

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    1. I'm sure there will still be plenty of posts about MS and nothing but MS to read. You don't have to read something you are not interested in.

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  7. Would anti-virals which fight the Epstein Barr virus reduce MS progression? If not, why not? (I have asked this question on related blog posts but never got an answer.)

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  8. What could the Zika-Virus do in my brain? I have MS and take fingolimod/Gilenya. I often travel to Brazil where I live in very basic conditions. The latest news is that the virus has been found in the brains of babies but that it is not clear (yet) what it could do there. Are there any hypotheses regarding what it could do to the brain of somebody with ms and whether there are additional risks for people on fingolimod?

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