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Ailbhe Darcy & SJ Fowler: Subcritical Tests

A new collaborative work out now on Gorse

The nearness of nuclear holocaust, always just one clumsy accident away, forms an entry point into this record of a friendship. 105 more words

Tom Jenks

'avenue of wraggled gorse tops ...'

avenue of wraggled gorse tops
silhouetted before grey-serried ranks of cloud
stood to attention on the horizon


Ashdown Forest wormhole: … 104 more words

Alladem Poems

Gorse and grass meadow

Another day, another ditch… (sorry!)

A small oil study from sketches made on a walk around The Meadows in Chester a few weeks ago.  The gorse bushes were glowing in the sun and with the warmth came the coconut smell of the gorse flowers.  9 more words


Take a seat

The presence of Arthur’s Seat (alongside the rocky face of the Salisbury Crags) in Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park has long intrigued me.  It may rise only to 251metres above sea-level, but other than this modest altitude it assumes a shape and presence every bit as mountainous as many more lofty summits further north.  147 more words


Five Reasons to Visit Scotland in May

Scotland is spectacular year-round but when is the best time to visit? My vote is for May- here’s why:

        1.) LAMBS! They are everywhere! They are so stinkin’ CUTE! 431 more words


Weevil as biological controller

It was lunchtime on our Glamorgan botany group walk and, rather than get a wet bum from sitting on the damp grass, I was eating my roll and cheese while poking around the flowers of a nearby gorse bush. 209 more words