Category Archive for 'Carnivals'

International Rock-Flipping Day – Today!

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007

Badge designed by Jason Robertshaw of Cephalopodcast and free for use in association with IRFD events. Alternate design here. Thanks, Jason!
It’s here! International Rock-Flipping Day has arrived! But before you go out there to flip a rock, or two, or several, I highly recommend dropping by Via Negativa for some additional thoughts from Dave [...]

don’t miss…..

Sunday, August 5th, 2007

Festival of the Trees 14 at Via Negativa.
and
Circus of the Spineless 23 at Words & Pictures.
and
Friday Ark #150 at the Modulator.

Circus of the Spineless – Edition #22

Sunday, July 1st, 2007

Welcome to the 22nd edition of Circus of the Spineless!
I considered coming up with a theme for this edition, but in the end, I went with the one unifying quality that I found as I made my way around the web from one blog to the next. I was time and again struck [...]

weekend wanderin’

Saturday, June 23rd, 2007

The weekend weather forecast is looking good, so we’re off to do some hiking on local trails. However, I wanted to remind everyone that the latest edition of Good Planets are Hard to Find is up at Susannah’s Wanderin’ Weeta blog. While you’re there, you might like to check out a three part [...]

sabrina with a couple of reminders

Monday, April 9th, 2007

Sabrina hasn’t appeared for awhile, so here’s a very recent image taken during one of our walks around the farm. I believe she had just finished woofing at a vehicle moving suspiciously slowly along the nearby roadway. Slow moving vehicles always attract her attention.
Now, for a few reminders before I put up [...]

Circus of the Spineless – Edition #19

Saturday, March 31st, 2007

Welcome to the 19th edition of Circus of the Spineless!
This month’s theme has to do with discovery.
Almost everything to do with invertebrates involves one or another form of discovery — whether it’s searching for a creature, trying to identify it, or figuring out what it’s doing. After several years of studying and [...]

good planets are hard to find

Saturday, March 24th, 2007

We’re back with another wonderful edition of Good Planets. For this edition, I asked contributors to send photos that are associated with memories. I believe you’ll agree that the following images and text are both lovely and fascinating.
Note: Click on all images to see larger views.
Xris of Flatbush Gardener sent this photo [...]