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Crucian Carp conservation

Usually, at least once a year, the UCL Pond Restoration Research Group go in search of the beautiful crucian carp, as part of the Norfolk Crucian Carp Project. 827 more words


Back to the jungle

Finally I managed to get back to the allotment, although jungle is more apt than allotment. I was a little worried as I arrived as the weather has been warm and dry for a little while and I’ve not been able to get there with all our building work at home.  172 more words

#Travel #500px : Mosses, lichens and trees at Ta Prohm by allenfotowild by allenfotowild #photography#IFTTT

A wide angle shot, taken near the East Gate of the ancient Khmer Empire temple of Ta Prohm, abandoned in the 17th C, and now covered with mosses, lichens and silk cotton and fig trees. 10 more words


St. Maarten Abandoned - La Belle Creole

La Belle Creole was a long time dream of Claudius Charles Philippe, the once general manager of the famous Waldorf-Astoria and a man obsessed with luxury, who had a vision of building a little French hideaway on a French St. 370 more words

Island Life

Blue Moon Drive-In

April 1, 2010

Spring came early and I took advantage of the weather by going to the drive-in movie theater and looking around for relics.  When I was a little kid my family would go here on Saturday nights.  73 more words

Brutalism at The Barbican Centre

Yesterday I visited The Barbican Centre with the girls I met a few months back on the Greenwich photo trip. Nora is set to return home to Canada soon, so we decided to spend a day visiting a few places in London. 339 more words


Out, damn root!

I’m sure Shakespeare would forgive the misquote, this stump removal is fast turning into Shakespearian tragedy!

Those of you who may have read along for the last year or two may remember the gnarled mass of shrubs, in varying stages of life and death. 213 more words