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Nothing cures the onset of the dark season blues like a day out. Breakfast spot. Second breakfast spot. View from the dam.

While botanising in South Africa in late 2017 I was passing through the Theewaterskloof area when I noticed that the Theewaterskloof Dam was almost empty. This…

Nur wo Du zu Fuß warst, bist Du auch wirklich gewesen. "You were only ever there if you went there on foot" Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The dams in the Elan Valley, built over 100 years ago, create reservoirs that provide the water for Birmingham. While the overflow looks dramatic and indeed it…

As I get to a place to relax. I see a dam. I walk across to get a better look. When I get across and start to walk down, there is a sleeping beaver.

A well established fishing lake with car parking and some pegs with access for disabled close to the town centre of Barnsley South Yorkshire England. Reeds…

Yesterday we took our Romanian friend Daniel to meet noted photographer Louise Tanguay. Louise very kindly offered to show us the Rapides Deschenes which are…

We went for a walk up at the Woodburn Dams and got rather muddy in the process, thankfully I was wearing my wellies. It was a gorgeous day and we had packed a…

I am not the only expat, approx. 600 thousand of us Hungarians are abroad, that is approx. 6% of the population. This means I have many of my friends all over…
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