"Nature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Shaman UKShaman UK

Shaman UK aims to inform and educate about Core Shamanism, a form of non-tr...

 
Every Image Has a StoryEvery Image Has a Story

The story behind the taking of photographs by fine art photographer Kinsey ...

 
The Midnight GardenThe Midnight Garden

One gardener's observations, discoveries and random thoughts whilst si...

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
DEKOBOKODEKOBOKO

A Photographic Travelogue of Uneven Perceptions

 
Jérôme Aoustin PhotographyJérôme Aoustin Photography

A photo a day from a Frenchman in New York (project 365). This blog combine...

 
The VillageThe Village

Life in a small village in northern England, and beyond.

 


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Multimedia artist Andy Thomas translated the soundscapes of the Amazon rainforest into a mesmerizing 3D animation titled the Visual Sounds of the Amazon. He and Reynier Omena Junior made their field recordings in 2016 around Presidente Figueiredo in...

How trees talk to each other | Suzanne Simard   “Crown Shyness”, A Phenomenon Where Trees Avoid Touching  Crown shyness (also canopy disengagement, canopy shyness, or intercrown spacing) is a phenomenon observed in some tree speci...

Animal collective behavior is not well understood, but thanks to new technologies, it's possible to isolate individual animals in order to understand how flocks, swarms, herds, and schools move as a group. (more…)...

Bacteria are extremely adept at building biofilm cities, often in places humans don't want them: catheters, sewer lines, and our teeth, to name a few. Now scientists are working to unlock the structural mysteries in order to eradicate unwanted bacter...

Mary Oliver begins her poem "The Summer Day" with "Who made the world? Who made the swan, and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper?This grasshopper, I mean..." Notice how her focus changes from broad to narrow? On our boating...

I’ve only been to Providence Canyon twice, but both times were pretty magical. The light is crazy beautiful and the scenery is super unique. I read somewhere that this spot was nicknamed the ‘little grand canyon of the south’, which...

As eclipse mania grips the nation, Vox has created a nifty interactive eclipse map of what to expect in every American ZIP Code. (more…)...