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Beautiful Day

Today was a lovely day to be out on the patch, the sun was beating down, the temperature warm, in fact the only negative was a distinct lack of birds. Read more

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Transition from the Anthropocene to the Minicene

Going, going … © CJA BradshawI’ve just returned from a life-changing trip to South Africa, not just because it was my first time to the continent, but also because it has... Read more

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    Chill

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    The 30 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
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    The 30 September 2016 by   Philpickin
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    The 30 September 2016 by   Philpickin
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    The 30 September 2016 by   Philpickin
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  • Life Lately

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  • Beautiful Day

    Beautiful

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    The 28 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens

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