There’s something comforting and yet majestic about the fabulous horse chestnut tree, I find. These ancient wonders fill our parks in both the city regions and countryside…… Read more “Cheeky Chestnuts… Naughty”
Although plastic was invented in the early 1900s, it wasn’t until the early 1950s that the world really developed an appetite for this exciting and versatile new…… Read more “Beading Nuisance!”
Dubai.. my most extreme adventure yet… jokes! Spent the last couple of weeks sipping cocktails and dunking my legs into a pool. It’s a tough life!
Alriiiighty then.. this blog post could actually be useful for any perspective Iceland tourists, so turn down the no doubt banging tunes, pop down the telegraph (or…… Read more “Off The Beaten Track – Iceland Adventure (and a Half..) 2018”
Today thou shall post the Iceland blog post. May be useful if you’re thinking of heading there yourself, so stay tuna tuned!
I was very happy to have my voice heard with a topic I feel very passionate about. Housebuilding on Devon greenfield sites has become a serious issue…… Read more “Housebuilding comes at the expense of our natural habits!”
After what has seemed a long, hard shlog of a few months back at university, these babies were one hell of a welcomed sight this weekend back…… Read more “Here comes the sun… too soon?”
It is sad yet true that Earth’s natural environment is currently in a bad state. Now is the time to study and find solutions to the issues.…… Read more “Do your thaaang”
My recent frolicking in Salcombe
Here we have The Bugula neritina (B.neritina) a tiny, weeny bryozoan. A non-native marine organism found in Salcombe (and many other places!!) This little bab is currently in…… Read more “Could this be love? The Daily Nature Fix”