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Tricky Zygodons! Or are they?

Last Sunday I was able to attend a field trip of the South-East branch of the British Bryological Society, to Duddleswell Valley nestled in the expanse of Ashdown Forest. 522 more words

The Natural World

History of Botany Podcasts

Here are some wonderful podcasts on botanical history and current information, great to listen to while commuting to work or while gardening.

BBC Radio Plants From Roots to Riches 7 more words

Bloom Of The Week

Okame Cherry (Prunus x incamp 'Okame')

As the snow starts to melt and trees begin to stir, whispers of cherry blossoms will soon drift across bare branches armed with tiny little buds, waiting to burst forth. 708 more words

Ornamental

Books for December-January-February

It is a good thing that I do not keep new year resolution, or my semi-formal vague self-promise to keep this blog updated would long been missed. 709 more words

Books

Fade out

A un certo punto ho quasi smesso di disegnare ma purtroppo ho iniziato a scrivere e suonare

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Photography

Stretching for dinner

Last week I was out at Chiricahua National Monument in southeast Arizona.  One thing that caught my eye was this Arizona white-tailed deer (Artiodactyla: Cervidae: Odocoileus virginianus couesi).   76 more words

Nature

Poetry | All That Is

All That Is

© 2017 Vernon Miles Kerr

I have concluded, or nearly so,

That Intelligent design

Is in the Universe, or Universes,

Stacked one upon another… 352 more words

Poetry