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Hail Britannia by Nevuela Hail Britannia by Nevuela
No, I don't have my PC back yet. Still using my aunt's stupid Mac. Not being able to post new fan art was literally driving me INSANE, so I finally discovered a program on the Mac that's similar to MS Paint, and I drew this with a mouse (not easy since I am left-handed). Don't expect a lot more from me till I get my PC back, 'cuz this took FOREVER to draw!

Dunno if Bob's British or not, but I love to think of him as such. ^__^
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NiamhTobin2000 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
I'm from England!
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
:iconsideshowbobrapeplz: :iconflagukplz: :iconhomerwoohooplz: :D
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NiamhTobin2000 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
Indeed.
England is absolutley fabulous, although I would still like to visit America. (I've never been.)
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013
I would LOVE to see England someday! If I could only visit ONE country, that would be it.

So far I've never even been outside of the US, although I've been to a few different states. I've lived in California my whole life (a must-see state if you ever make it over here) and I've been to Nevada (Las Vegas), Oregon, Utah, Arizona (Grand Canyon), Missouri, and Florida. Still a lot of other states I'd like to visit too.
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NiamhTobin2000 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013
Wow, the USA is MASSIVE compared to England, with all of the different states, and so many tourist attractions.
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Yup, especially my home county here in California. It's not the most famous area of the state, but it's home to some pretty cool tourist attractions.

Like Morro Rock in Morro Bay: [link] [link]

And Hearst Castle: [link] [link]

It was built in 1919 by William Randolph Hearst and is modeled and decorated after various European castles. The place is full of artifacts from all over the world, even an ancient Egyptian statue that's over 3,000 years old. Hearst entertained a lot of famous guests at the castle, including Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable, Greta Garbo, Winston Churchill, and Cary Grant.

On the land surrounding the castle lives a herd of wild zebras that are descended from the animals Hearst had in his private zoo. You can sometimes see them from the freeway as you drive by.
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NiamhTobin2000 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Cool!!!
I live in Manchester. It's wet and cold. In fact, it's snowing as I speak.
Not much like California, I presume?
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Nevuela Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
Actually California has a wide range of weather conditions and habitats. We've got everything from nice Mediterranean beaches and hot, dry deserts to redwood and sequoia forests and snow-capped mountains. Morro Bay is frequently foggy.

This is Mount Shasta (over 14,000 ft. above sea level): [link] [link]

And this is Burney Falls (a 130-ft. waterfall): [link] [link]

They're both 500 miles north of me, near where some of my friends live. I go to Shasta and Burney when I visit my friends. Photos don't do them justice. I actually cry a little every time I see Burney Falls because it's so beautiful and awe-inspiring. And Mt. Shasta has snow all year round. I've gone up there over 7,000 ft. up and played in the snow in June. :D
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NiamhTobin2000 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
Indeed. England is fabulous.
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CardiGirl28 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
woop woop i live in the UK
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