I am delighted that my poem The Ice Moon has been included in The Curlew’s latest magazine, Betula. The Curlew is a voluntary, non profit venture, supporting conservation projects around the world.
To cap off a brilliant week my copy of The Curlew ‘Betula’ Issue arrived today featuring my poem ‘Mouth’ plus wonderful contributions from fellow poets Raine Geoghegan, Rebecca Gethin, Hannah Stone, Lesley Quayle, Attracta Fahy and others. Thank you editor Dr Lynn Parr for producing such a beautiful journal, it is available to buy via […]
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Grey Abbey Park is named after a small village in Northern Ireland. It is located near the bottom of Morningside Drive and follows the top of the Scarborough Bluffs. There are obvious signs of erosion here: which is why we see this sign: Some views of the lake: and of the woods: Despite the overcast […]
INTRO: It was pointed out to me that reading over 2000 words (it might have been nearer 3000) is a bit much for most people so I’ve taken one massive blog post and cut it into smaller sections. Hopefully it’s more manageable this way. I do a lot of both wandering and wondering, often in […]
The beauty of the birth of Christ is it didn’t just happened. In God’s great foreknowledge, He knew we’d sin, yet even before we sinned, He put a plan in place to bring us back to Him. So the events that we remember and celebrate at Christmas didn’t just happen; they were on God’s radar […]
This is the start of what will hopefully be an ongoing series of blog posts on various boats, ships, and stuff that travels the seas. My hope is to build a sort of catalogue of the various types of vessels that have sailed the oceans throughout history. Some posts may cover broad classes and design […]
Nowadays, forest inventory, monitoring and assessment requires accurate tree species identification and mapping. According to recent experiences with multi-spectral data from small fixed-wing and rotary blade unmanned aerial vehicles – there is a role for this technology in the emerging paradigm of enhanced forest inventory (FFI). The Main Discriminators of Forest Tree Species According to […]
Slimming Herbal Blend helps to regulate the metabolism, which helps to lose weight. Carefully selected herbs improve the well-being of diabetes, regulating blood glucose levels. Infusion of herbs, drunk regularly, improves metabolism and speeds up slimming. Ingredients: Betula pendula, Equisetum arvense, Hypericum perforatum, Trifolium pratense, Polygonum aviculare, Filipendula ulmaria, Elymus repens, Melissa, Bidens tripartita, Cichorium intybus, […]
Herbal Blend for the Kidney tea is recommended for kidney diseases such as urolithiasis. The blend enriches the body with micronutrients and vitamins, boosts the immune system, and improves general well-being in urinary tract diseases (also shows excellent preventive properties). Sage, black walnut leaves, and birch result in anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anesthetic, and diuretic properties. The […]
?3). The most outstanding illustrations are usually three-dimensionally stored flowers, first identified simply by Friis inside a Past due Cretaceous vicinity throughout southeast Sweden (Friis & Skarby, 1981). Historic that will fire maintained the fine detail associated with charcoalified plants, fruits, seeds along with other internal organs associated with angiosperms, together with co-occurring gymnosperms and […]
Little bluestem grass is a prairie species, the one that glowed like red “wine-stains” for Willa Cather in Nebraska. Here I found it to be the dominant species on a Boston Bay clifftop.
I do a lot of both wandering and wondering, often in woodlands, however I usually need to write down my thoughts as they come to me or soon afterwards otherwise I forget them. Unfortunately, due to exams, I didn’t really feel I could type up a blog after my visits to various woodlands as I […]
To make your Christmas tree a spectacular home feature this festive season, we have an abundance of hanging decorations that have been thoughtfully designed and selected. We also have a range of hanging adornments that will look fabulous on the wall. Don’t say we don’t spoil you.
Capture the innocence and playfulness of the festive season with the Christmas Fun collection. Charmingly quirky, sweet and cheeky, this range features some characters that you won’t help but want to take home. With a bright colour scheme, this collection embodies the spirit of Christmas with an abundance of Sass & Belle charm.