Tag Archives: nature

up the beach …

Barred Creek, about 30km north of Broome is a popular fishing and camping destination for locals. It has everything, beaches, creeks, sandstone rocks, fossil trees, mangroves, fish and flowers. Oh, and a very good exercise area for dogs. To top … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography, weather | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

here’s looking at you …

There’s always something watching me on field trips, barking owls, donkeys and more.

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography, Pilbara | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Kimberley wild horse show …

Just been revisiting some old images while looking for plant photos for the new plant identification site, and came across some wild horses. These are from Lake Gregory.

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

a “moral imperative” to burn coal …

[…] Carbon-based energy, which is “the most affordable and reliable source of energy in demand today, liberates people from poverty,” Christy explained to CNSNews.com. “Without energy, life is brutal and short.” Without carbon, there is no life. Without CO2 to … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Environment, Health, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

new site, northwestplants.net …

I now have close to 250 species of North West Australian plant species, including photographs, up on my new site, included in 112 genre, an effort to help people identify what they might be seeing in Parks and Gardens in … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

eminent scientist speaks out …

… “I was in the business of studying climate change at least 30 years ago before it became fashionable.” Having seen many faddish notions come and go, Dyson is distressed that many environmentalists now believe “global warming is the greatest … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Environment, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

marine life, benefiting from extra CO2 emissions …

[…] If anything, in fact, the results suggest that the world’s marine life may actually slightly benefit from the pH decline, which latter possibility is further borne out by the scatter plot of all the experimental data pertaining to all … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, comedy, Environment, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

northwestplants.net …

I have just begun a new site, to aid in the identification of plant species of the Kimberley and Pilbara. I have set it out on a WordPress site, to keep it as simple as possible. northwestplants.net One of the … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography, Pilbara, Pindan Post article, Resources | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

tracking dinosaurs …

The world’s most impressive and substantial dinosaur footprint highway is about to be bombarded by a number of human Paleontologist and assisting researcher’s footprints, drones and lasers. The Broome coastline for 200 km contains examples of at least 16 different … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, science | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Green’ energy stealing resources from the poor …

[…] So Green energy is not so green after all. It reduces the supply of food, water and energy available to all life on earth, and it often consumes large amounts of hydrocarbon energy for its manufacture, construction, maintenance and … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, energy, Environment, Oz politics, Resources, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment