July62014
Pensthorpe bees, North Norfolk

Pensthorpe bees, North Norfolk

July22014

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My top ten releases of 2013

10. Red City Radio - Titles
Best song - Two Notes Shy of an Octave

9. Haim - Days Are Gone
Best song - Honey & I

8. Big K.R.I.T. - King Remembered In Time
Best song - Multi Til The Sun Die

7. Killswitch Engage - Disarm The Descent
Best song - In Due Time

6. Take Offence - United States Of Mind
Best song - Pain Talks

5. Bad Luck - Cold Bones
Best song - Cold Bones

4. Daylight - Jar
Best song - Life In A Jar

3. Paramore - Paramore
Best song - Daydreaming

2. Iron Chic - The Constant One
Best song - True Miserable Experience

1. John Moreland - In The Throes
Best song - Gospel

November172013
Sundays without bee checks are pointless, bring back summer

Sundays without bee checks are pointless, bring back summer

November162013

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November62013

sfhchoney:

6/11/13 - Party on the fondant 

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September162013

buzzfeed:

Football would be so much more fun if each team was truer to its name. 

September92013
August202013
zoo-logic:


Today is Earth Overshoot Day.In less than nine months, we have now used more natural resources than what it takes the planet 12 months to produce. For the remainder of 2013, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations.
This year Earth Overshoot Day—the approximate date human resource demands exceed nature’s budget—fell on August 20. Two days earlier than last year. In fact, since 2001, Overshoot Day has moved ahead by an average of 3 days per year.
And by 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9 billion—only increasing pressure on Earth’s natural resources. On this finite planet, we need to change the way we think about everything, but especially about where and how we live, work and travel, along with what and how much we consume.
Overshoot Day is a bold indication that now is the time to make a change. Small actions can make a big difference. We each play an important role in creating a world where we all live within our ecological limits.

    WWF    Image by DonkeyHotey

zoo-logic:

Today is Earth Overshoot Day.

In less than nine months, we have now used more natural resources than what it takes the planet 12 months to produce. For the remainder of 2013, we will be living on resources borrowed from future generations.

This year Earth Overshoot Day—the approximate date human resource demands exceed nature’s budget—fell on August 20. Two days earlier than last year. In fact, since 2001, Overshoot Day has moved ahead by an average of 3 days per year.

And by 2050, the global population is expected to reach 9 billion—only increasing pressure on Earth’s natural resources. On this finite planet, we need to change the way we think about everything, but especially about where and how we live, work and travel, along with what and how much we consume.

Overshoot Day is a bold indication that now is the time to make a change. Small actions can make a big difference. We each play an important role in creating a world where we all live within our ecological limits.

    WWF
    
Image by DonkeyHotey

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