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Canadian Stamp News used one of my photos for an article about the Christmas Philatelic Club

Do you love stamps? And do you love Christmas? Then you might enjoy how the Canadian Stamp News nabbed one of my photos for an article about the Christmas Philatelic Club. Normally, I’m not a huge fan when websites just grab my images and use them without asking. But since I love both stamps and …

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Antarctica looks like a lotus flower

Seeing these two posts next to each other on my blog draws a connection between the shape of Antarctica and the shape of a lotus flower. If these two images look rather similar, what would a reverse image search for the lotus flower turn up? One map in particular matches up pretty nicely from historytoday.com …

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Fun with leopards and servals Open Access images

This serval wild cat’s coat is like a work of art in of itself. Maybe an abstract work of art. Connect the dots! It’s just amazing how many open access images are available. Like this leopard by the same artist: I’ve love to take a really big lawn and mow that leopard into it.

dollar bundle deals from humble

Fun bundles of books for one dollar

I’ve come to appreciate the $1 bundle from @humble. This bundle “Get Crafty” has six books including, “Tiny World of Terrariums” At any given time, Humble usually always has around six book bundle deals going on. Every bundle has different levels. There’s always the $1 bundle with a handful of books. The $8 bundle has …

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Cutting up a book to scan it

Ever wish you could have a digital version of a book, but there is no kindle or PDF version available? One in book in particular I’d love to have on my phone at all times: Keri Smith’s “How to be an Explorer of the World“. Such an inspiring book. I love it. I want it …

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