This amazing and slightly alien looking plant, is known as Kniphofia (or more commonly “red-hot poker” due to its flame-like colouring). And this secondary photo is of the same plant, only in black and white What did this image teach[…]
These fantastic water birds are very good at walking / running on water whenever the need arises. What did this image teach me? Timing is…. … …. ….. ….. …… ……… …everything.
Here’s a beautiful, bright red rose. Why? Why not! What did this image teach me? Rose aren’t Red, Violet’s aren’t Blue, Some poems don’t rhyme, Like this one. And that’s ok too!
I wonder who lives under here? If you have any suggestions, please leave them in the comments… What did this image teach me? That stumps can make good homes for a wide variety of forest creatures, and in fact there’s[…]
This is a crested pigeon, usually you would find them in Australia – but I found this one earlier in the year in Devon (in Paignton Zoo, to be precise). What did this image teach me? There are two types[…]
Sea form is what you get when dissolved organic matter mixes with water (by way of wind and wave), and gets washed up on the beach. What did this image teach me? I have learned more about the creation of[…]
Most Fuchsia species are native to Central and South America, and they were first discovered by Europeans in the late 17th century when a monk by the name of Charles Plumier came across them. What did this image teach me?[…]
In researching what to say ahead of this image, I discovered that horses have around 205 bones in their body, as a species they’ve been domesticated for around 5,000 years (domestication of wolves, by comparison started some 15,000 years ago),[…]
The name “swan” comes from the Indo-European root “sven” which means to sing. So a swan-song is a sing-song. What did these images teach me? Swans are beautiful birds, and they are really quite large when viewed up close.
This stunning waterfall can be found in the Highlands of Scotland, at a place called Foyers. What did this image teach me? Following your instincts when travelling around the Highlands of Scotland can sometimes result in something incredible.