Bluestocking on a bicycle. Former bureaucrat, current postgraduate. Dreams post-apocalyptically, despises cookery, inhabits libraries.
Thanks to dip-bleaching, my hair is 30% more ginger and vaguely hipster-ish. I like it.
Most effective visual representation I've yet found of transport shifts over the past 50 years
Sadly, we lost one person on the expedition to a terrifying carnivorous plant.
As an antidote to all that pink, here is the famous (and luminous) jade vine.
Orchids can wear colours that would not suit me at all.
Orchid that resembles an explosion in a barbie clothing factory, except more tasteful.
A cascade of orchids!
This orchid has amazing veins.
More orchid photos will now follow. Such stunning colours!
Spent this afternoon in the Botanic Gardens, which was wonderful. Lovely orchids!
My favourite manatee.
Trust the manatee, he knows of what he speaks.
Unfortunately this seems to be an alarming new feature of adblock rather than an April fool. I want my panda back!
In other 'spring has sprung' news, camellias from my Nana's garden.
College is looking lovely & springlike at the moment. Also peaceful without undergrads around.
Actually I decided to cycle along the river to Granchester. It was absolutely idyllic.
Here is a picture of a sloth in a box. It will improve your additional leap year day.
Model of Bluewater, showing what a soulless temple of consumerism it is from above (as well as on the ground).
The architecture gallery was also great. Scale models galore!
Glorious profusion is rare in traditional museums. These shelves look more like those of a fascinating curio shop.
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