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The weather was cloudy & very cold this mornin. From Ballincollig in the West of Cork city. There is a lovely tree lined climbing back road called wood road…

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As I told you in my previous post, the day we had snow there were some strange visitors walking the woods. Trolls came out to enjoy the snow. They are big and…

2021 has kicked of and we are in for a shaky year for sure. But the only way is up. In the week I was home with the holidays, we were overthinking in what way…

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Roe Deer at Skinflat Reserve. A very dreich day as they say in Scotland. Very damp, misty and cold. So these guys brightened up my walk considerably. It's an…

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As I am acardholder for the National plant gardens in Meise, Brussels, already for quite a few years. I visit it at a regular base. Last year they opened a…
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