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Richard Webber
Simply like noticing the curious, the absurd, the interesting, the enlightening, the moving, wildlife and humanity in all its colours
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Richard Webber 10h
The last part is most interesting!
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Tracy Apr 20
Out walking & got a photo of this Blackcap. Not seen one before ...but knew what it was having seen pics of them on twitter! 😃👍
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Richard Webber Apr 20
Health professionals - anyone recommend a stress consultant - for a fantastic dairy. Cheese as part payment no doubt!
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Edulis : wild food Apr 19
Yayyyyy wild morels!! Decent size too... fabulous. Always worth a visit to chalky soil regions in spring...
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Richard Webber Apr 19
Thanks mate for grabbing the sun lounger for me - beats leaving a towel on it. A real cunning plan if I might say. I'll be there in June if you could hang on till then.
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Michel Lara Apr 7
Replying to @VeraCausa9
A practical meditation by Kenkō on Kyūdō or "The Way of the Bow" & how self-control can seize the present moment with pinpoint concentration from our wavering minds.
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Paul Tout Apr 19
1/2 I don't like tweeting depressing stuff but sometimes you have to. 8 pictures of many taken by LIPU Vicenza of the structures & the birds killed by glass sound barriers along the new Superstrada Pedemontana Veneta toll road. Tell them what you think!
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Santero Apr 18
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skyjewels Apr 19
House Martin's are back!! 2 high up above me feeding. 😊
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Richard Webber Apr 19
Replying to @lornarichardson
I can see how that would work - excellent!
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Lorna-Jane Richardson Apr 19
Replying to @Guestlandlord
Yep. It's delicious. Here's one I made from baby nettles last year
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Robert Macfarlane Apr 19
"To lose the Curlew would be like losing a big part of Ireland––like our music, our landscape or identity": curlews are down 80% in Wales since 1990 and a shocking *97%* in Ireland since 1980. is this Sunday, April 21.
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Richard Webber Apr 19
Replying to @lornarichardson
Spanakopita - are you putting nettles in that?
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Trimontium Trust Apr 18
For - We love all six World Heritage sites in , especially the Antonine Wall - - Find out more here . Enjoy the clip
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summerfield-nursery Apr 18
This little Black Cap turned up at Summerfield yesterday weighing in at just over 19 grams, traveled back from North Africa or Southern Europe, a male, arriving ahead of the females, to approx 1km from where he hatched last year.
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Elizabeth Rizzini Apr 18
“It doesn’t mean that every single weather event is due to climate change but .. the frequency of extreme temperatures is increasing and that has a substantial effect..” catching up with this.
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Richard Webber Apr 19
Replying to @Gremkoska
You're right. We notice more because, I think, we tend to look more deeply and look for more meaning as well. And on a side note I'm beginning to get anxious about Midsummer - it may be 2 months away but I don't want the year to turn so soon!!!!
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Richard Webber Apr 18
Replying to @Gremkoska
The arrival of migrant birds has, I'm sure, been both eagerly awaited annually for millennia - probably greeted with some form of celebration. Looking up to the skies in expectation and hope - has a kind of religious feel to it!
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Richard Webber Apr 18
My timeline this morning is full of pics of dogs carrying sticks. Have I missed ?
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Richard Webber Apr 18
Replying to @Gremkoska
My first was yesterday and I too couldn't stop myself breaking into a smile.
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