Is this the UK's largest flower? The White Water Lily (Nymphaea alba) roots can reach up to 5m and the flower 20cm across. The large leathery leaves are great shelter for insects and frogs and make an excellent choice for a large wildlife pond.pic.twitter.com/utl42vXj1Y
It looked like an Alligator trying to eat the sun today. He missed though And no, I didn't take drugs up there today. Luminescent clouds and Alligators were really there. pic.twitter.com/4tbB9fEHTn
What a difference an hour makes! Good morning all, Happy Thursday to you. Take care, stay safe and yes, please be kind.pic.twitter.com/LI98Rcg1kw
A few moments close to nature can help to protect us from the daily stress and anxiety we all face. I hope you have a lovely day, sending gentle hugs and love to anyone who is struggling at the moment. Stay safe and strong and take care always xxxpic.twitter.com/PXgN3lLoRm
Fun fact: Rural populations in many places considered Barn owls to be birds of bad omen. 1 belief was due to Barn owls don't "hoot" but emit raspy screeches and their apperance make them look "ghostly". In South Africa, Barn owls are often persecuted & associated with witchcraft https://twitter.com/Plants__Animals/status/1420292402678575107 …pic.twitter.com/pozC8qhREe
east fae Bathgate Hills, West Lothian. Bumps on horizon: Isle of May, Bass Rock (Firth of Forth), Berwick Law, Traprain Law (East Lothian), Arthur's Seat (Edinburgh), Scotland. Volcanic history o' oor landscape.
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