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A stroll on Eglwysilan Common with GPS

Earlier in August, before the rain and chill set in, Kate Ashbrook (Open Spaces Society‘s General Secretary) was in Wales and in need of exercise after serious lunching.  297 more words

Rhondda-Cynon-Taff

Gallions Reach Shopping Park

11 / 26 January 2014

Gallions Reach Shopping Park opened in winter 2003 on what was the site of Europe’s largest gas works at Beckton. Gallions Reach is also one of the sites for a proposed new East London river crossing. 136 more words

Urban

Sydney Fog

Just a few snaps I took of the low morning fog hovering over the Sydney Harbour Bridge last Saturday. I thought they were pretty neat and wanted to share them with you. The end.

Life Abroad

Pylons – The Under Appreciated Life Bringer

It has become as essential to the modern world as water and sunlight were to previous ages. From electricity demand, aging infrastructure, wind turbines, new electricity demands for heating and electric cars, pylons are a necessity to everyday life. 272 more words

Steel

Pylons – The Under Appreciated Life Bringer

It has become as essential to the modern world as water and sunlight were to previous ages. From electricity demand, aging infrastructure, wind turbines, new electricity demands for heating and electric cars, pylons are a necessity to everyday life. 273 more words

Steel

Stop Moorcide

Many thanks to everyone who came along on the walk today.  We spoke to people out walking their dogs from the lovely village of Beckermet who had no idea that the Moorcide plan involved such a vast area of green fields, wetlands, coppice and hedgerows.   224 more words

Radiation Free Lakeland