“The aristae of the barley, which was coming into ear, became brown and withered at their extremities, as did the leaves of the oats”
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is encouraging people to go walking for its benefits to wellbeing and also as a great way to view the flora and fauna in our environment.
“Will we ever get used to seeing a sunrise like this”
“The heron turned up at the pond today – back for the season”
“Improving Scotland’s water environment is a key priority for SEPA, and that includes the bathing waters so many of us enjoy”
Orcadian images are amongst those shortlisted for Historic Environment Scotland’s (HES) Visions of Climate Heritage competition.
“Yourself, the gatherer gathered, the finder found,” Edwin Muir
“We be of one blood, thee and I’”
“more subtle in texture than any seaweed of the sea”
“The National Planning Framework aims to have a huge impact on the way we live in Scotland.” Ariane Burgess MSP