Tag Archives: Tourism

A touch of colour

I do not often get the opportunity to see the effects of topography on microclimate as clearly as this time (only here!). I am studying its nature and impact on the vegetation, but knowledge on the microclimate is mostly based on measurements, as it … Continue reading

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War wounds

The military has scarred the landscape all over Flanders. The cities and countryside are scattered with forts, bunkers and other war gear, all once with an important function, now just symbols of a forgotten past. These remnants of a violent past, although human-made, … Continue reading

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Love Shine-a light…

Visit the gallery of this event on the right of the blog! Cold days, endless dark nights, today with some additional snow and ice… Winter is upon us and it is trying to make us gloomy and depressed. But I will not … Continue reading

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Summer extended

For those suffering from nostalgic feelings for the summer, click here for a happy and sunny photo gallery from my latest trip to Spain. Enjoy!  

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Ecology is big, ecology is small

Ecology is big. Ecology is extreme. We wanna see the big things, the amazing things that happen out there in nature. The crazier, the better. That was my first thought when I went out to see the giant coastal redwoods from California, … Continue reading

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Use the light you have

When time is short and work takes long, the midnight sun truly is a blessing. We had been climbing for a whole day to find a nice location to install our new experiment at one thousand meters, when it turned … Continue reading

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