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I’m absolutely delighted that Jessica’s Nature Blog has been included on the website of the BBC’s Countryfile programme as “one of the best UK nature photography blogs”  

http://www.countryfile.com/countryside/photography-blogs-introduction

So what exactly is Jessica’s Nature Blog?

Jessica’s Nature Blog is the place to look for illustrations, explanations, and inspiration. Photographs of natural objects and phenomena from seashores, forests and the back garden. Lots of information about the natural history of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset and the Gower Peninsula in South Wales – but also further afield in the Tropical Rain Forest and Great Barrier Reef of Queensland, on the beaches of the Oregon Coast, and around Canada’s Bay of Fundy.

Subjects range from seashells, seaweeds, strand-lines, sea anemones, sea urchins, sand ripples, and seascapes to jellyfish, barnacles, crabs, insects, worms and fish. Flotsam on the beach – man-made objects like lost shoes or sad dead sea birds and sea mammals. Rocks, pebbles, and fossils.  Images frequently feature natural patterns and textures – Nature’s own abstract art.

20 Replies to “Some lovely news!”

  1. Thank you very much. I will keep going …although there will be a bit of an interruption to postings during the next two weeks while I am on a field trip.

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  2. Thank you. I feel very happy about it. I will keep on blogging ….but for a couple of weeks posts will be a bit thin because I am coming over to Ireland for a trip to Cork and a conference and field trip of the Porcupine Marine Natural History Society in Galway. I’m really looking forward to it.

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