Twenty-seven editions of Good Twitter Week is not bad going. I kept it going for more than six months before it became difficult to find new and interesting things to post. So, rather than just abandon it without acknowledging the end of the series, I thought I’d wrap up with a list of some of the regular sources that can be relied upon for wholesome content.Read More »
A shepherd’s life and a Dartmoor forest, laughing foxes and a rescued bear, foggy London, a tiny island, and a splash of yellow to brighten your day.Read More »
The end of another month. Time is passing in a very strange manner this year.
Owls, a bear, and a goat, wrapped rocks and shiny rocks, a perfect pink poppy, and the sky just after sunset.Read More »
Wimbledon Common, Wistman’s Wood, and a stripy chick, crystals, cyanotype, a building with many facades, and the story behind the heart-shaped honeycomb.Read More »
It’s getting harder to do these – not because there aren’t so many bright spots in my Twitter feed, but because there is so much more of the dark these days. It is tempting to take a short Twitter break, but first I am simplifying my feed, turning off a lot of retweets, and we’ll see how that goes.
Poppies, patterns in brick and rust, derelict houses and painted shards, a mechanical owl and a sliding seal.Read More »
Japanese floors, Paul Klee art, a splash of riverside colour, birds and moles posing for the camera, another bird appreciating music, and a simple explanation of equality.Read More »
A swan taking off, foxes being fed, a bluetit and a pile of ducklings, peeling paint, an unusual rock, and an odd little animation.Read More »
Black and white London and a verdant country lane, pheasant chicks and puffins, tiny books with amusing titles, abstract patterns, and a stunning sunrise.Read More »
Birds, both wild and kept (tamed is not a word I’d use for emus), stray cats in circles, a fox the colour of glowing embers, and a rare daylight mole sighting.Read More »
Textures in wood and mud, countryside shades of green and an orange sunset, a fascinating pollen fire, a space-age tower, and a moonrise painting.Read More »