Autumn / Winter 2020 Over the next few weeks, perhaps months; I shall be moving many of this blog’s articles to my main website – www.naturesuniverse.uk (with more photographic emphasis). During this process, the links for these articles will forward you to their new location (301 redirect). If you have bookmarks, please update them accordingly.…
Fluorescence, I’ve always found it fun, intriguing and often rather beautiful. I’d like to take my interest in fluorescence & combine that with my childhood love of collecting rocks.
A substantial walk in the beautiful Carneddau mountains. Amounting to almost 13 miles in length with about 3,250 ft of ascent. Choose a clear day and allow 7+ hours to enjoy the scenic views and, if you’re lucky, a sighting of a wild pony or two.
Rum & Blueberry Savarin with Chantilly Cream – I’ve been intending to make a Savarin for absolutely ages and with a summer bank holiday weekend coming up, this seemed like a perfect occasion.
Photo story of a Grey Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea) encouraging her fledglings to fend for themselves, by catching insects on the river.