"Nature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Voyages Around My CameraVoyages Around My Camera

Photography as the common link between my varied interests. From history to...

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 
Birding AfloatBirding Afloat

A personal view of nature from aboard my Narrowboat 'Quidditch'

 
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

 
As tu du feux?non mais j'ai du beurre de peanut.As tu du feux?non mais j'ai du beurre de peanut.

Life in the upper-laurentians, Quebec.

 
Every Image Has a StoryEvery Image Has a Story

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

 


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I was going through old(er) photos of mine taken in 2009, and I put together a lovely collection of summertime photos from our garden (even if I do say so myself). Look, I know it’s not summer now. It’s winter (sort of). Each season has i...

It’s been a hum-drum winter, I’ve said it before. It barely snows, and when it does, it melts right away. The temperatures hover between 0-10° Celsius, so it’s neither warm nor cold, just kind of annoying. I don’t know where...

Quite a few years ago, I published this gallery of photographs I’d taken in the province of Dobrogea in Romania. I’ve been going through my catalog lately, re-discovering the places I’ve visited and photos I haven’t yet edited...

Years ago, we took a quick day-trip into the Danube Delta which involved some boating (hence, rowing). It was a fun little trip to the edge of the Delta. It was early spring, so the full beauty of the place wasn’t readily apparent, but that als...

These are photos I’ve taken during a couple of hikes through the hills near the village of Strugari in Moldova, Romania. Here’s a map of the area. It was the middle of March (the 14th and 15th) and spring had just arrived. Most of the gra...

Hoar frost is a strange term, isn’t it? It comes from Middle English, circa 1300, is actually spelled “hoarfrost” over in England, and it means exactly what you’ll see in the photos I took this morning in our garden. Enjoy!

Ex. 23: 10 “And six years thou shalt sow thy land, and shalt gather in the fruits thereof:”Gateway to Health: Don’t Do DrugsWith the height of the cold and flu season upon us, everyone is ready to grab the first drug offered if it means the sym...