Today as usual I start the day by cheering myself up and looking at my statistics. I am at 180% of viewers now than the whole of last year altogether. My blog site alone is nearing 41,000 visitors and my other platforms are soaring with hundreds a day. I realise that I put a fewContinue reading “Surpassing my total every day…”
2,000-year-old seeds were discovered in 1963 inside an ancient jar in Israel. They were planted in 2005 and a tree that had been extinct for over 1800 years sprouted More info Methuselah (tree) sprouted back in 2005, when agriculture expert Solowey germinated his antique seed. It had been pulled from the remains of Masada, anContinue reading “The beauty of nature….”
Sunrise in Africa savanna. Beautiful…this is Eden…..
Beautiful Wood-Carved Tree at Aburi Botanical Gardens, Ghana.
White Birch Tree with A Carpet of Red Flowers. Location: PolandPhoto: Katarzyna Drabek
Monarch butterflies on an eucalyptus tree!
incredible resilience of the arabian desert Ghaf tree. Years of zero rain precipitation and +50C temperatures. Prosopis cineraria
Hiding in this tree is an Attacus atlas, the amazing butterfly/moth who disguises as a snake, is the largest representative of the Saturniidae family and the largest moth in the world and originates from the Malaysian rainforests. They hide and protect themselves by disguise in trees.
21st October 1805 – despite have a lesser amount of ships Admiral Nelson defeats the combined French and Spanish fleets at the Battle Of Trafalgar. The French & Spanish lose 22 ships, Britains fleet remains intact. Sadly Nelson was shot by a French Musketeer during battle and died the same day. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Horatio-Nelson