Why is mankind so arrogant and superior and where has it gotten us? Well, in short, up poo creek without a paddle. We have a lot of work to do in order to halt the damage we are doing to our Planet. I'm not against progress or technology but we now h
I've been reading up on the Giant Squid. They can grow to an astounding 13 metres or more in length and have eyes the size of dinner plates. The females are usually a few metres longer than the male.... I've since decided, I'm only travelling the dee
And while we're on the subject of Birds, this is one of my best ever captures at the Cornwall Bird of Prey Centre. Meet Cobweb, the Great Grey Owl. Watching these birds in flight is a sight to behold, not to mention, the sound of those huge wings at
Made friends with this little Gull after the poppy day memorial service yesterday. We may have shared a fruit and nut bar with him/her! 🤭 Juvenile Gulls are difficult to identify. Strangely, this one has the head markings of a Black-headed Gull but t
DYNASTIES SPOILER ALERT.... Oh my goodness, did you all watch David Attenborough's Dynasties? I sobbed through the first three quarters of it when Alfa Chimp, David, was severely injured and left for dead.... What a strong leader and what a comeback.
Remembering my own Grandfathers, Richard Cook and Frederick New, who served in WW2. One a Sargent, the other a Fireman/Driver. They rarely spoke of it. Modest and brave! ️️🇬🇧🇬🇧 Let's also acknowledge the women that held their homes and communities to
Great Britain has one of the most diverse collections of rock and mineral samples in the world, which are held in huge storage facilities. From Dorset's Jurassic coast to the Munroes of Scotland, if Geology is your thing, our little Island is a treas
Booby's Bay. This photo does this beach absolutely no justice whatsoever, so I'm going back on a sunny day. Grassy dunes, rockpools, shingle, pebbles and golden sands. Really extreme weather today but that didn't stop several eager, burly surfers fro