As it’s almost that time of year again, (and I’ve had a surge in new followers recently – hello and welcome!) I thought I’d reshare my Valentine crush post from last year.
My tastes remain the same with an added edition this year of ‘Floki’ from Vikings (not sure how I missed him before). See the guyliner reference further along for an explanation – oh and I discovered he’s a Skarsgard (Gustaf to be precise), so naturally he has good genes!
Anyway, on with the drooling…
It seems ages since I’ve done one of these posts, so this edition of Web of Wonder spans notable content I’ve enjoyed over the last few months. I hope you like this little collection of internet gems and as always, if you’ve seen something remarkable on the web, I’d love for you to share!
I look forward to your thoughts – enjoy the week ahead everyone! 🙂
Ooh, there have been so many wonderful webby offerings collected over the last month, that I’ve had to narrow it down to my favourites. I hope you find the sixth installment of Web of Wonder just as interesting as I did. And as always, if you’ve seen something remarkable on the internet, it always good to share!
I look forward to your thoughts – Happy Weekend everyone! 🙂
It may be Fourth of July weekend but here’s my fifth offering of things I’ve found enjoyable on the tinterwebs! This edition I have a round-up that includes, among other things, kitchen appliances, slow motion craziness, the vivid canvas of our planet and… regurgitating robot rabbits.
Let me know what you think and if you’re celebrating Independence Day, have an awesome time and enjoy! Catch you laters. 🙂
Everyone loves a blossom tree: their puff-ball blooms are undeniably beautiful, they show off to the world, knowing they’re pretty, fresh and full of life. Even as they fall, they carpet the ground in ‘pink snow’, shedding their petals in a ‘Festival of Spring’ ticker-tape parade.
I was lucky enough to grow up in an area where the streets are lined with cherry blossoms – even the major roads are temporarily turned into a huge display of giant candy-floss every May and it’s an amazing sight.
However, with the warmer (and wetter) weather, there’s another growth spurt going on, one that is often overlooked and if noticed, probably considered a nuisance.
The humble dandelion is regarded by most as a weed, spreading itself indiscriminately whether it be in fields, flower beds or flagstones. But look closely at a dandelion ‘clock’ and you’ll discover a marvel of natural ‘engineering’, the seeds ready to disperse thanks to their own little transport system.
We might have spectacular mountain ranges and ancient woodlands, coral reefs and creatures great and small, but take time to remember Earth’s underdogs -they’re often just as stunning!
This is my entry for the Daily Post Photo Challenge: Earth. Check out other entries via the link!
Image credits: All my own, so please be sweet and ask before sharing. 🙂
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