Sun streamed in through the windows of my mother’s flat, up above The Broadway in Thorpe Bay, England. To the right, too far for us to see but close enough to be felt, was the sea, and to the left, the train station that took so many commuters on a route paralleling the Thames River, up to London. 990 more words
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Assessing the growth performance of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. f.) coppice two years after clearcut harvesting - IJAAR
Ochire-Boadu Kwame, Lawer Eric Adjei, Opoku Richmond
Department of Forestry and Forest Resources Management, University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana
Department of Range and Wildlife Management, University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana… 219 more words
#Project365; Day 128. In the end, it doesn't even matter. Although, hedgelaying is quite important...
This hedgelaying with coppiced hazel at Chinthurst Hill makes a beautiful, bleak structure (which will fill in and become a lush, living thing).
One of my many favourite Linkin Park songs. 10 more words