Oh, well. My bad.
I'll try to get back on track. Here's a collection of what I've been looking at and enjoying for the past little bit, in no particular order.
Deep Sea News : Everything Poops:
Even copepods. "Beautiful!" say the researchers.
I and the Bird #81 « the Marvelous in nature:
A work of art, by Seabrooke
bioephemera : A Spiderweb Optics Mystery:
An interesting two-colour spider web.
Reflections on Snail Photography:
On the use of reflectors. Good tip.
Deep Sea News : Invert Pictures...TGIM?:
Oh, the eyes! Bay scallop.
Sam Kee Building - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
We were here a couple of weeks ago. I'd like to tour the building some day.
Powell River Books Blog: Ancient Sea Water Trapped in Powell Lake:
About 10,000 years old, and it smells of rotten eggs.
The spider that crushes its prey with 140 metres of webbing:
What the title says. Blogging on Peer Reviewed research.
Burning Silo » Blog Archive » precious metals
Tortoise beetles. I love these beasties, with their fecal shields. Great recycling!
International Rock Flipping Day, round 2:
Remember last year's Rock Flipping Day? Well, it was such fun that we're doing it again. On September 7th. I'm already looking for a few likely rocks.
This one looks interesting. On the beach below Kwomais Point.
Join the fun! Instructions, here.
Tetrapod Zoology : Chicken chicken chicken
This is an oldie, but I recently watched it again and laughed (again) till I cried. So I thought you might enjoy it. (Hint: watch it to the end, through the question period. That last question/answer is a killer.)