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Lisa Stewart Nov 20
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Stephen G. Rae Nov 22
theme Being β€˜the black sheep of the family’ originates from a traditional among Scottish shepherds. Black was strongly associated with the Devil, and the birth of a black lamb was said to foretell a disastrous lambing season for the flock.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Nov 24
Winter Solstice 2020 in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 1:30pm on Monday, 21 December. So, this means, after a piffling 27 days, the days will begin getting lighter again!
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UoN TRS #WeAreUoN Nov 27
A new doctor! Ellie Lyell joined TRS in 2013 & found a love for in the . Her undergrad diss was on green, & her MRes on Appearance, Adornment and Artifice in the HB. Friday, she defended her PhD on Colour and Culture in Homer, Herodotus and the HB. Congrats!
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Rebecca's Butterfly Farm Nov 24
The Pretty Blue Morpho is one of my Tropical πŸ¦‹ It looks purple at some angles too, my favourite ; BUT Its wing pigment is acutally BROWN πŸ˜ƒπŸ¦‹
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Lisa Stewart Nov 20
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 27
Back alley, Edmonton. Taken a few years ago, early November snow.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Nov 25
Cuttlefish have millions of cells in their skin called chromatophores which they use to change their skin . They can do this in a split second, & flash different colours & patterns to communicate with other cuttlefish. They also do this for camouflage against predators
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Steve Turner Nov 21
I haven't done an Amethyst Deceiver post for aaages! So here are a few from earlier this autumn.
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Steve Turner 8h
No fresh photographic produce today due to no making it outside! So, here are a couple of that I spotted earlier in the year
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Anthony Obayomi Nov 22
Happy to still be in love with Light and Colours. The sun sets, only to rise again tomorrow.
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 21
Wild asparagus going to seed.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Nov 27
Did you know? Snakelocks anemones have special proteins that make them glow fluorescent green under UV light. It's when marine goes disco. Beautiful aren't they?
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tidyfairy Nov 21
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New Vuyo Brown Account Nov 23
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Kyle Woodenberg Nov 22
Found this amazing Soul at the Golden hours Market in Durban North Yesterday.
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 23
Overcast November day.
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 24
Turkey tail fungus on a fallen log, at the side of the road.
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Steve Turner Nov 22
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Michele Nov 22
Beautiful Acer holding on to its last golden leaves
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