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Magnolias in bloom #XULA #NOLA

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Morning concerto

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Sunset on lake Tangipahoa

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Chorley Council Day of Dance and Whats Your Story. Morris dancing is a form of English folk dance where performers wield with sticks or handkerchiefs, wearing bell pads on their shins.

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The traditional white dresses worn by members of the Royal Suite, including 2014 May Queen Cassidy Tecklenborg, are being replaced with floral dresses for this year's celebrations. In response to a backlash about the decision to change the longtime tradition, the district has said girls in the Royal Suite may still wear white dresses and capes if they choose.

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Member of SEIU-USWW voted unanimously to strike this May Day. They are encouraging other worker and community organizations to mobilize for May 1. Photo: SEIU-USWW

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Persephone. Photo by Wolfgang Sauber

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Binghamton, New York: People of Kurdish descent are gathering to ring in the new year.

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Afarin Mamosta on Twitter: SDF foreign volunteers in Cizire canton and Russian troops in Shahba region. Both participating in the Newroz festivities in #Rojava.

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The May Queen as a Goddess representation of summer -2008.

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Donkeys return to Malvern for much-loved May celebration (From Worcester News)

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Recent research reveals an alignment that occurs between a large pathway in Kensington Gardens and sunrise on the summer solstice (and another on the winter solstice). Credit: Courtesy of Amelia Carolina Sparavigna

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The dancers always bring fresh flowers and greenery to mark out their dance area, and they usually dance for about an hour. At the end, they invite audience members to take part in their dancing. Although not specifically Pagan, there can be no doubt that there is something deeply meaningful in what these Morris dancers do. They are continuing decades of tradition, not for the benefit of large crowds but for themselves as Morris dancers, and the dedicated onlookers who know their secret.

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Our Lady Underground is a goddess that appears in dream sequence(s) in The Magicians. Her true identity is the Greek Goddess Persephone.

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Estate agents sponsor pirate ship for May Day parade (From Knutsford Guardian)

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Madison-area artist Beth Racette's piece, Earth's Heart Core 2 is one of 55 paintings in her exhibit, Gaia Series: The Earth is Alive. The opening reception is set for March 23.

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SIGNS OF SPRING:A family celebrating the spring equinox raises their hands toward the sun as they celebrate the spring equinox atop the Pyramid of the Sun at the Teotihuacan archeological site in Mexico, Tuesday, March 21. Although the official vernal equinox occurred on Monday, thousands of visitors were expected to climb the ancient pyramid on Tuesday to greet the sun and celebrate the beginning of spring. PHOTO: ASSOCIATED PRESS/REBECCA BLACKWELL

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Was the Margao church designed and built according to an astronomical calculation? The answer could be derived from the date, March 21 — vernal or spring equinox. At 6.15pm, beams of sunlight entered the three windows on the upper level of the church’s front façade.

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People perform traditional dance during Newroz celebrations at Topkapi Culture Park in Istanbul, Turkey on March 21, 2017 ( Berk Özkan - Anadolu Agency )

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Kurdish men wearing traditional clothing and carrying flaming torches arrive at the top of a mountain overlooking Akre. This is the culmination of the day's festivities. [John Beck/Al Jazeera]

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Making Anzac Biscuits For Beltane and Anzac Day

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I made friends with a turtle this morning. (Don't worry he got off the track eventually.) #iheartcitypark

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Evelyn Batrice Tefft, age 1, delivers her first May basket in May 1922 to a home on Henry Street in Glens Falls with her mother Theresa Elvira Hall Tefft.

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Alan Serbest clears the Newroz bonfire with plenty of room to spare on Sunday, April 2, at Cafe Gulistan in Harbert. - photo by David Johnson

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Children in traditional Kurdish clothing, pose for the photographer during the Newroz celebration, in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, Tuesday, March 21, 2017. In Turkey, the spring festival traditionally serves as an occasion to demand more rights for the Kurdish minority. Photo: Lefteris Pitarakis.

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Uni-Diplome, Newroz & Palästina – Radio Bern RaBe 95,6 MHz

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Ariana Gonzalez, 4, was with family members at the announcement. More than 100 gathered at MacArthur Park in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 to bring attention to the planned May Day march and rally. The May Day Coalition of Los Angeles, a broad network of organizations from throughout the region, announced their plans to hold the event on May 1. The march takes place annually on International Worker's Day. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

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A Kurdish man jumps over the fire for good luck in the new year [TNA]

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Celtic Oghm Wheel of the Year - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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