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Every time I see a picture of a Tokyo street scene I think “goddamn why does this look so inviting?!” and then I realise it’s because there’s no on street parking


A Golden-backed Weaver (Ploceus jacksoni), female, spotted at Lorong Halus, Singapore, on 4 Sept 2021. Also spotted a male, but didn't get photos of it.

The Golden-backed Weaver are African birds that have been introduced to Singapore.

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Mars Panorama 360 from Curiosity

Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, MSSS; Processing & License: Elisabetta Bonora & Marco Faccin ( #APoD

Javan Munias (Lonchura leucogastroides), juvenile and adult, spotted outside the home in Hougang, Singapore, on 10 Sept 2021. They've been feeding on the grass seeds found just outside.

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Und wieder beginnt ein neuer Tag im Land der föderierten Rüsseltiere.

Guten Morgen liebe Herde!

Alpenstrandläufer und Sandregenpfeifer...


There was a new world in there

#tokyocameraclub #東京カメラ部


Trying out #infrared #photography at the beach (Spiekeroog island, North Sea, East Frisia, Germany).
Looks like visiting planets in an early release of #NoMansSky

A Crimson Rosella, on the perching stick in the backyard, the other day when I was tending to the pizza oven.

A wood found in Kinver, South Staffordshire, in January.

Sadly, my memory of 2020 itself is all just a blur at this point, what with COVID-19 affecting a lot of the UK, but I do know that I enjoyed my walk here.

Dated: 2020-01-02

Fortunate to see a sun halo while out walking after lunch. It was a full circle and an amazing sight.

Some spotted the other day while hiking. A gulf fritillary (orange), some kind of blue, possibly a marine blue (tiny with brown wings and a blue body), and possibly a cloudless sulphur (yellow).

The blues are always hard to spot because they're so small, and the sulphurs just don't want to pause most of the time. But the fritillaries are more willing to stop, and there were SO MANY of them at the gardens on Monday.

Happy to spot this Sapphire Flutterer (Rhyothemis triangularis) at MacRichie Reservoir Park, Singapore, on 6 Sept 2021. Almost overlooked it among all the other fluttering dragonflies in the area.

The Sapphire Flutterer is an uncommon dragonfly with unmistakable blue patches on its wings.

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Twisted tree and canopy. The tipu trees near the old office never sprawled like this. Or didn't have the chance to, more likely.

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