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Summer blogging challenge; Day 3

Today’s prompt is Beach

So, I’m just going to throw loads of beach photos at you -figuratively, obviously.

As you can see, they aren’t beaches in Spain or the Bahamas but, to me at least, they’re still beautiful. 60 more words



I’m exploring Tasmania’s beaches and coastline on foot, by bicycle, kayak and sail, sometimes alone, sometimes with friends, family and dogs.  I’ll also be posting  photos on Instagram (#tasmanianbeaches). 60 more words



Quick listen through their recent stuff; not really our thing.

But: they are on the list.

Next up is Raury


15 Years of Wedded Bliss

This week marked my 15th wedding anniversary and we spent the day at the beach- making plans in the sand. I ended the day barefoot in my wedding dress drinking beer for hours. 33 more words


Grim tale of global shark declines

How do you prevent declines of species you cannot even see? This is (and has always been) the dilemma for fisheries because, well, humans don’t live underwater. 669 more words


Wonderful Watchet!

After the hustle and bustle of revision sessions and exams it was an absolute pleasure to head to Watchet this week for year 7 fieldwork.  We have ten tutor groups in year 7, so took two groups to Watchet each day to investigate the influence of physical and human factors on the coastline at Watchet.   290 more words


LIVE: Isle of Wight Festival 11.06.15 - 14.06.15

Stop what you’re doing, put Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Landslide’ on and read my review of The Isle of Wight Festival for Gigslutz

LIVE: Isle of Wight Festival 11.06.15 – 14.06.15.