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Bryher at 134 hectares is one of the smaller inhabited islands of the Isles of Scilly with a population of just 84 in the 2011 census. The calm of Old Grimsby…

The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago of 55 islands and islets 50km off the SW tip of Cornwall, UK. St Mary's is the largest island (40% of total land area)…

The Common frogs have arrived at the garden pond to spawn. And despite their name they are not so 'common' these days with farm and village ponds being…

I recently inherited about 1000 family photos, over 300 letters and various birth, marriage and death certificates, some going back to the 19th century. I…

Queensland’s coast has a migration route bringing some 33,000 humpback whales each year from the cold waters of Antarctica to calving grounds on the Great…

Francis Blackwood on the HMS Fly discovered the cay in 1843 while looking for shipping channels through the Great Barrier Reef. The ship’s geologist named it…

Even in the so-called dead of winter, there are signs of spring. The earliest of spring flowers are showing. Many of the birds which visit out garden are…

There are 125 mammal species in Sri Lanka, of which I can show you just a few. I shall not give full descriptions of the mammals posted here but refer you to…

I really enjoy the challenge and rewards of photographing wild birds. I have been nowhere better than Sri Lanka for doing so. The bird life there is very rich…

Sri Lanka has 181 species of reptiles. We saw just a few. That I guess is the problem with spending relatively little time on foot safaris. But Saltwater…

This blog includes photos of local people going about their daily lives and covers cultural and historical sites which are frequented by tourists like us but…

Five years ago we visited Sri Lanka, combining eco-tourism, culture, and a short beach holiday. Sri Lanka is a beautiful country with diverse wildlife, highly…
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