Archive for May, 2020

Winter Mountains

Posted: May 21, 2020 in Art
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I used to paint a lot but haven’t done any pictures for about 5 years. So during the lock-down I decided to get out my paints and dust off my brushes.

Here is a winter mountain scene I did last weekend (Its a wet on wet oil technique)

Birds of the Tarn

Posted: May 19, 2020 in Birds, London, Natural History, UK
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Some brilliant photos. Scarlet Tanager one of the most attractive birds in the world?

Green gives and red receives. Nature is colour coded! ~Sonali Mohan Some of you may have known him, and, even if you didn’t, you may have one of his bluebird boxes in your yard. Jack Finch started a non-profit, Homes For Bluebirds, to help restore his beloved Eastern Bluebird to the skies of the southeast. […]

Mulberry Moments — Roads End Naturalist

Problem with video

Posted: May 7, 2020 in Announcements

Some people had a problem accessing the video I posted earlier today. I have now changed the settings and this issue should now be resolved.

Colours of the Tarn

Posted: May 7, 2020 in Natural History
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A collection of photos of the colours and plants seen on my recent walks around the Tarn

The Tarn

Posted: May 5, 2020 in Landscape, Natural History
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Come with me on a walk around the Tarn.