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+10° at 6 o’clock👍🏻
Tulips stick up in everywhere, not just by the warm wall, & my pile if branches grows. Slow work, but at least the nearby flowerbeds are rinsed, ready for new soil
Right now it’s 69 days 16hrs 12 min until the summer solstice June 21
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Even warmer today: 6pm it is +12° & the first drops of rain make me give up & go inside
My patio is now more or less swept, ready for pots & benches
I’ll prune the ivy tomorrow
It is now exactly 68 days, 17 hrs, 9 min until the summer solstice June 21, 11.14am
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A rainy day & change is now rapid
Buds on the lilac is swelling & if you look closely my yellow anemones are on their way up
Even the meadow on the other side of the street has a few green patches
It is exactly 67 days 15 hrs until the summer solictice June 21
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1ere partie d'un #ThreadPhoto, résumé de notre ballade ce matin avec @petitesarcelle au (quasi) lever du jour dans le parc Paul Mistral à @VilledeGrenoble .
#Thread
⚠️Clic sur les 📸 pour les voir en format réel 😊
#TwitterNatureCommunity #NaturePhotography #nature #Grenoble
C'était une matinée "étournesque". Cet #Etourneau sansonnet ( Sturnus vulgaris) était en train de se laver en barbotant dans l'eau, pas très loin de nous
#Starling #photography #birds #BirdsSeenIn2021
#birdphotography #TeamOrnitho #ornithology Etourneau sansonnet (Common starling) - Sturnus vulgaris
Du coup Cette petite Merlette (#Merle noir ♀ - Turdus merula) s'y est mise aussi, pour notre plaisir =)
#blackbird #photography #birds #BirdsSeenIn2021
#birdphotography #TeamOrnitho #ornithology
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since I am spending Xmas eve alone, I decided to write something about spices! What do these #spices have in common? #botany #Iamabotanist #plantmas Image
the answer is that all of these plants have some of these in their tissue. But what are these? #plantanatomy Image
these are ethereal oil cells, specialized cells that accumulate volatile substances that give the spices their aroma! They can be present in the leaves, such as in bay laurel (Laurus nobilis) or indian bay (Cinnamomum tamala)... Image
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Ive started an amateur herbarium! Pressed plants from my camping trip!

I know its a bit crude with the tape and I need to make nicer labels but I think its a good start! #botany
So happy so many ppl are excited about this!! I did this very affordably I think with only four items

$20--large thick hardback drawing book
$3--large elastics
$12--the portfolio binder w/ 25 polypropylene pages
$1/sheet--the acid free paper

So less than $50CAD vs $250+ ImageImage
The flat forceps help with removing the pressed plant which might be stuck.
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