This is inspired by my visit to Merseyside where James Wharton used to live. It's nice to know what things are in pictures. They came from a real source - these. So, see the unusual fascia in the front right house? That would be a house decoration we cannot see. I saw and photographed the decorations on houses. A few of these need some. One day, when I feel inspired, I will come back and improve my work. Were I an artist in James' day, there's no way I would take the time to draw in all the brickwork. Nope. With software, that works though. My neighborhood in Liverpool, here, has lots of brickwork. What was my great great grandpa doing when he was not drawing? Do you want to know? He was also a violinist. And he played for local community events. And he did that even in Canada. I know a bit. I found the place where my grandparents most likely could have met. I have theories. We here theorize that the woman in the images might be James' mom. Based on this image viewing, who wonders at what point in time a yard became traditional for a house? And as you look at this, we see a bit of yard on the left. Do you wonder if the yard is on the other side of those houses? They have decent yards there now. I did check. They are not monster. They are something. One more thing: This brick pattern I picked out of software - this is an English brick pattern.