A red summer party table with green legs is set up in a sunny backyard, ready for festivities to begin. It's quiet now, but soon this table will hold food, cutlery, glasses, and plates as the backyard fills with the sounds of partygoers.
Most of us rely on alarm clocks on an almost daily basis, but early alarm clocks were very different than the digital ones of today. Early alarm clocks often had legs and were nickel-plated.
Black and white picture of a squirrel, member of a large rodent family that has strong hind legs and hairy tails. Many squirrel species live in trees, although some live on the ground.
A six-string red electric guitar is photographed leaning casually against blue-jeaned legs, atop a bright yellow background. The man who picks up this electric guitar will bring it to life with music.
A small folding table, with a wooden top and metal legs, is perfect for camping. Unload your vehicle, set up your tent, and unfold your camping table. It's the perfect place to rest food, bug spray, lanterns, and other camping paraphernalia.
A black weight machine is photographed on a white background. The design of the machine allows one piece of equipment to be used for exercising all muscles of the body, including legs, arms, shoulders, and core.
A black and silver elliptical trainer is set upon a white background on a wood floor. Work away the worries and stresses of the day by hopping on the elliptical, choosing your workout style, and engaging in an effective cross-training routine.
A young boy wears a helmet and full pads as he takes a stride forward in his inline skates. Lacing up a pair of inline skates gives you a sense of freedom and speed that other activities don't.
Deadly Welcome is a 1965 thriller by author John D. MacDonald. One person pointed out how bizarrely long the woman's legs appeared in the book cover's illustration.
Daily Mail. Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:57:52 +0100.
The discovery of a Virginia battlefield's "limb pit," full of amputated legs and an arm from the Civil War, is further revealing the horror of 19th century warfare.
Newsmax. Wed, 20 Jun 2018 19:27:30 EDT.