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Case Study: How to write a blog post for Picture It... Chemistry, in 5 easy steps

Last year we ran an open competition, inviting staff and students of the School of Chemistry at Bristol to contribute blog posts. Our competition winners, Bristol undergraduate chemistry students Ana McGuinness and Charles O’Brien, have agreed to give you the low-down on their first experience of preparing a blog post for Picture It… Chemistry. 1,468 more words


Last Day in Hawaii - North Shore Swimming and Coconuts

19 May 2015 – We decided to spend most of our time on our last day in Hawaii swimming.  I took the kids to the pool in the morning for an early swim and then we headed up to the North Shore for some lunch and beach time. 267 more words


Onwards to Bacolod - The City of Smiles PH

So I had the chance to get to this wonderful place again but not for long. Just a glimpse. This time, I had the will to take pictures of the short travel. 411 more words


Red Wine Turning Green

The excitement, debate, and controversies over organic wine, natural wine, wine bottle waste, and wine closures never to come to an end.

A few years ago the big closure movement was to screwcaps for what was usually lower priced wines. 333 more words


She loved the clouds of butterflies that flew into one of her tower bedroom windows and settled on the flowers she kept there.

Sugar Cane, A Caribbean Rapunzel

Sugar Cane loved the bright flowers and fruits of her garden.

Sugar Cane, A Caribbean Rapunzel

And just as her mother had predicted, she had a character like the taste of sugar cane―very strong and very sweet at the same time.

Sugar Cane, A Caribbean Rapunzel