Monthly Archives: May 2014

Significance of the May full moon

  Mat writes: Did you know… The full moon in May is a special event for any Buddhist for it was while meditating under a tree during the May full moon that Siddhartha Gautama achieved enlightenment and became Bhuddha (the … Continue reading

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Windy stroll in May – two from Matt

Matt took a weekend stroll up the Roundhill  and sent in these. Really windy up top; exhilarating. Anyway, I took a range of photos. Here is the pick of the bunch. Great sky and spring growth make for an irresistible … Continue reading

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The Klump: as seen from Mountain View CA

Ok: here’s my entry for photo taken from furthest away. The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California has a multi-screen Google Earth display. It has a single control which lets you zoom with speed and ease round the world … Continue reading

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Good morning: view from Matt’s bedroom window

Words fail me.

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Storm over Kelston Clump – Matt

Matt writes: I took an opportunistic shot of the clump yesterday when I got home from work. Beautiful stormy clouds over the hill bathed in evening sunshine. I took the shot from my bathroom window looking over the rooftops of … Continue reading

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