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If it had been a snake...by the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge

Reblogged from Phil, the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge:

Once again they stomped out of the room knowing without looking that their superior was glaring at her through the one way glass. 97 more words

Photography

If it had been a snake...

Once again they stomped out of the room knowing without looking that their superior was glaring at her through the one way glass.

She sat quite still. 556 more words

Humor

The oldest historical tree in the world

“In Sri Lanka, there grows to this day, a tree, the oldest historical tree in the world.” – H.G. Wells

Late last year our family made a pilgrimage to the ancient city of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.  898 more words

Greenspace

Creative session

Some glow in the middle of darkness: hot glass! I had been hoarding some graal blanks for months and now it was time to make the ready pieces. 79 more words

Tourism Entrepreneurship as Correlate of Employment Opportunities and Infrastructural Facilities Improvement in Osun Osogbo Sacred Grove of Osun State, Nigeria

 Jegede Charles Temitope 

 Abstract

Tourism entrepreneurship has become an important sector to both advanced and developing nations including Nigeria. It is seen as capable of being an agent of change in the landscape of economic, social and environment of a tourist destination. 2,402 more words

Research Paper

Rainforest, Deeply Felt

I am a bit of a forest sprite. That is to say, I feel completely at home in a lush, dark forest. As our bus wound its way up the mountain passes and switchbacks to climb the Western Ghats, forest is exactly what I saw. 404 more words

India

The Spirit Of Natural Sanctuaries

For love of the spirit ever persisting,
O Caticatona, be thou for thy servants
  a powerful wave, for thy servants worship thee.
 —Gaulish Goddess inscription… 3,586 more words

Ancient Times