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I’m Back (plus Tweets and other Stuff)

Though obviously not with the presence of The Terminator! There are, of course, a lot of other cool examples of the use of this phrase in popular culture, but Arnie’s my favourite. This post, mostly comprising of tweets, is to ease me gradually into the habit of writing and posting again. It’s been several months, and my first post needs to be one I can start and finish in one day. Having said... read more

Our Planet: Antarctica

I have very little progress to report on proper posts today. (Finding the leftovers of a several-days-old bird murder in the garage didn’t help.) However, I do have a new release from TimeStorm Films to show you. I love their stunning time-lapse films of various locations around the world. I think this will be the twelfth I’ve put on the site. Many of his films are shot in New Zealand, and... read more

Our Planet: Atacama Desert

Once again, Martin Heck has done a great job in showcasing our planet on film. He’s back in Chile again, this time in the Atacama Desert. It’s been a while since we had a post in the Our Planet Series. In fact, the last one was back in January. However, this was worth the wait. As Heck comments on the YouTube page for this video, “[t]he Atacama desert is home to the darkest and cleanest... read more

Our Planet: Norway

I regularly post the time lapse films by Martin Heck of TimeStorm films, but somehow I missed this one. He released it back it December 2015 after a trip to Norway, and, as always it’s stunning. Heck describes the filming thus: Norway 8K shows the wild landscapes of Norway in ultra high resolution. From the coastal peaks of the Lofoten and Senja Islands to the fjords and highlands of southern Norway... read more

Our Planet: The Dolomites

I’ve been a bit slack keeping up with the wonderful work of Martin Heck of TimeStorm Films, but thanks to reader Amy Carparelli bringing it to my attention we’re not going to miss out. (The TimeStorm Films link is to their Facebook page, so it’d be great if you could express your appreciation of their work by liking the page if you’re on Facebook.) The Dolomites are a beautiful... read more

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