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PAINTINGS ON SUNNY DAYS -WATERCOLOUR SKETCHES

Over the last few days we’ve had some good weather so I’ve been out on my bike. This first one is Formby Golf Club from the rough. 200 more words

Watercolour

Eyes on the Sky – Formby: July 12th, 2016

Here are a range of photographs that show Geoengineering activity over Formby, North West England. These pictures were taken on July 12th, 2016.

The naughts and crosses board resemblance in the first two images is a symbol of Geoengineering activity throughout the world.

Perception

Upwards (In Search of the Red Squirrel)

Formby in Lancashire is famous for its beach, its sand dunes and its pine woods where you can still see the elusive red squirrel. (Shame about the Irish Sea.) 193 more words

Photography

Eyes on the Sky – Formby: July 3rd, 2016

Here are a range of photographs that show Geoengineering activity over Formby, North West England. These pictures were taken on July 3rd, 2016.

Perception

In the Undergrowth

Squirrelling away in the undergrowth, a little red squirrel scurries through a shaft of light coming down from the branches above.

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Nature

Eyes on the Sky – Formby: June 23rd, 2016

Here are a range of photographs that show Geoengineering activity over Formby, North West England. These pictures were taken on June 23rd, 2016.

Perception

Conjuring lost lives from the sands of Lunt Meadows

Everything dies, baby, that’s a fact
But maybe everything that dies someday comes back

A few miles to the north of Liverpool, on a sandy spur of land on the floodplain of the river Alt, is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Britain. 2,106 more words

History