An old favourite re-done
They don’t get much longer than this!
I’ve reprocessed (is that a word?) this image – an old favourite
Join me in a cave close to the Libyan Sea in Crete. The cave was a natural echo chamber. Listen to the waves breaking and the echo as the sound of the waves bounced around inside the cave. You will also hear me tramping about in the cave. There was no sand but plenty of gravel underfoot.
A sad end to a majestic and iconic British aircraft…
Join me on a transatlantic KLM flight heading towards Europe. Listen to what the pilot has to say.
Join me as I try to record bird sounds in the wood only to have a light aircraft fly overhead…
The Hercules – Richard Broom Photography
Watch out. He’s coming to get you!
(And they probably are!!!!)
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It’s not a spaceship at all (but looks like one). It’s a helicopter.
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If tyres (tires if you’re in the US!) could tell their story and talk about their travels….
There is talk of banning the use of old tyres as fenders because, when they fall into the sea, they cause pollution.
Now that’s what I call a hair dryer!
People I have met from overseas find it hard to believe that, in the UK, the lifeboats which are used to rescue people in distress at sea are operated by a charity, the Royal National Lifeboat Institute, and many of the lifeboat crews who risk their lives to save others are unpaid volunteers. As far as I am aware, the RNLI receives no state aid. But, the RNLI is probably better off without UK Government support or intervention. The UK Government (such as it is) would, based on their behaviour right now, only mess things up and lie about the number of lifeboats we have!