The Spirit Of Things's PhotoBlog

On my walk last week I noticed overnight that someone had adorned the hoardings of the Pegasus retirement complex building site hoarding on the Bath and Bristol…

The Witteberg Mountains are a little-visited part of South Africa that is off the beaten track and is less often visited by tourists and biologists but which…

A striking feature of many cities and towns is the spontaneous aggregation of escaped garden plants which decorate the margins of pavements. These pavement…

Perhaps the most resonant piece of art at the Matara Centre in Gloucestershire for me is a quiet, almost unobtrusive, sculpture of a man holding a bird. There…

The Matara Centre is a unique Gloucestershire wedding and events venue in the Cotswolds ( https://matara.co.uk/). It is owned by my friend, visionary and life…

I am delighted in seeing a new trend in Bath where people in flats are beginning to populate, where they can, the entrance doorways of their buildings. It is a…

One of the free floral delights in the streets of Bath City in the UK is the Adria Bellfower (Campanula postenschlagiana) which adorns many of Bath's sandstone…

One is struck as one walks through Covid-19 Lock down Bath just how quickly weeds start to take over a city given the chance. Here are a few examples.

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…
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