….. and the site of an iron age settlement. Last Saturday I decided to make the most of a fine day and get out for a walk. As usual, the hard decision was where to go. This time I decided I’d drive up to Sedburgh and head out for a walk in the Howgill Fells. […]
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. Yesterday morning, my friend Ned Harris and I took a drive into the farmlands northwest of Tucson. It was a brilliantly sunny day and bone dry. Clouds of dust blew off the roads and the adjacent fields, […]
The finalists have been announced for the Comedy Wildlife Photography awards . Worth a look at The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
Gone visiting. Yes. That’s correct. On Wednesday we visited the neighbours. Coll and Tiree are near neighbours separated by the Gunna Sound. It is only a narrow navigable channel yet by ferry it takes about an hour to travel between the two islands. Inter-island travel can take days and not hours. In calm conditions, during […]
Welcome back to National Parks & other public lands with T! If you are seeing this on Twitter or Facebook, please visit the blog to see all of the photos and read the story by clicking the link. After departing Honolulu, our cruise ship docked in Kahului on the island of Maui. It was very […]
4th till 10th of August 2019. Nature’s way. Nature can be raw, nature can be healing, nature can be unexpectedly beautiful, nature can be brutal. We are still biking at 3,600 meter, enjoying the brisk, clear altiplano light without any pollution, freezing air even when the sun is up. Leaving the still city of Atocha […]
Could the Cornish Black Bee be an answer to the decline in bee population in the UK? The sad fact is that bees are in real trouble. In recent years the news coverage of their plight has become increasingly worrying. It is now estimated that of the roughly two thousand species of bee in Europe…
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