Hercules Whale. Made for someone special.
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Otto the Octopus, made for a little baby boy called Sebastian.
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Harry the Piglet. don’t know if this betrays a bias to Royal names - i’ve just knitted a whale called William. had in fact forgotten about Harry, who was a present for my grandmother.
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Knitting

i am about to commence uploading photos of all my knitted “creations” (otherwise known as cuddly toys) to Tumblr. any minute now. just as soon as i’ve… oh look, a squirrel!

okay i’ll get round to it soon.

Always Sunday’s award-winning crumble. #crumble #win
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A majesty of swans at Abbotsbury Swannery, Dorset. Home to the largest colony of mute swans in England, 1,400 winter here, and each season, 160 mating pairs rear their cygnets beside the eight-mile long Fleet.
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My first blogpost: RIP Alfred Russel Wallace. Click the photo to read. I grew up in the town Alfred Russel Wallace died in, but didn’t even know who he was till I was 20 and in my third year of university. He was a very important scientist, and without him, Charles Darwin’s On The Origin of Species wouldn’t have been published when it was.
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twilt:

don’t ask about the toe job.
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Swan family at the London Wetlands Centre, Barnes.
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remarkable scanning electron micrograph of a strawberry from Wellcome Images.
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