Limerick #7 A curious seahorse called Sam Developed a strange liking for Spam His friends were aghast Hoped this phase wouldn’t last And urged a more suitable repast. Seabirds, turtles, marine mammals and fish can mistake floating trash for food; if ingested, it can choke them or block their digestive systems. Large debris, such as […]
Disease and disaster do not consider race, religion, country or political beliefs. If there is any good to come out of this pandemic it will be that humanity finally realises we are all related. In the Northern Hemisphere we are celebrating the first day of Spring. On the Vernal Equinox, day and night are of […]
In a quiet cove, a young sea dragon discovers some colourful shells. Sea dragons are rather shy creatures. So many people might think they don’t exist. 😉 We must protect the oceans so sea animals, birds, plants and sea dragons can flourish.Plastic debris causes the deaths of more than 1 million sea birds and more […]
A handsome young gnome called Benny Was admired by gnome maidens a-plenty He found a fine wife They have a most happy life And were blessed with good children four-and-twenty. Limerick #6 🙂
Photos taken from my bathroom window.
Or as Henri says: Happy Gnew Year! 🙂
As this year draws to a close, we often think about the year ahead. A good time to contemplate how to make the coming year better.Happy New Year! Eight solar festivals derived from the ancient Celts and Norse commonly celebrated today. (Northern Hemisphere) WINTER SOLSTICE 20th, 21st or 22nd of DecemberAlso known as Midwinter and […]