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New on 500px : Stonechat by jrbirds by jrbirds

A female Stonechat hovering over yellow gorse flower, looking for prey.

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Break my Break for Liverpool Biennial 2004

BLADE FACTORY GREENLAND ST. LIVERPOOL 1

galaktick bunnybears entertainment systems(Sara Glaxia) and dualplover  present:

GORSE (V/VM TEST)
“This music will make you mad” – Aphex Twin… 268 more words

Collaboration

Gándara 867

GÁNDARA
867 m
42º 33′ 33”
08º 02′ 45”
31 May 2014

Gándara is a toponym applied to flat places with soggy ground and pools of stagnant water. 54 more words

800s

COUNTRY LANES

This is the country lane, a little Boreen as it is known here, the word comes from the Irish bóithrín, meaning “a little road”, where I take my walk every day. 193 more words

LOOKING AT NATURE BEYOND MY OWN GARDEN

Cliff walking in Howth

From the Connolly train station we took the DART to Howth. All over Dublin we saw everything written in two languages Irish and English. Thus also on the train. 429 more words

Travel

Images of Hawke's Bay

Gorse, a pretty pest on the Wairoa Rd
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke’s Bay :-)

dbp website

Hawke's Bay

The Next Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party is on Sunday 7th December 2014 from 10:30 by the Cornfield Reserve

The next Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows Work Party is on Sunday 7th December 2014 from 10:30 until 13:00 by the Cornfield Reserve (northern end of site, by the hard standing at the end of the allotments track where the gate saying “No Access” is – any queries of how to get there, let us know).   91 more words

Work Party