I’ve had to wait over 10 years, but my female kiwi finally set fruit in 2014 after probably 12 years. The fruit are tiny — about the size of a big grape — but wonderfully delicious.
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For science fans near Philadelphia, here are photographs from a recent visit to the Delaware County Institute of Science, based in Media, Pennsylvania. First my favorite (a grumpy dried frog), then small thumbnails of the rest. Mouse-over a photo to … Continue reading
These signs are so good, I’m going to submit the photograph to Passive-Aggressive Notes. For the sake of full disclosure, these are not my signs. If you are in Swarthmore drinking whiskey, check them out in person. Contact me if … Continue reading
[PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT] Last week, I witnessed a visually impaired man with a cane walk right into some overgrown hedges while he was heading into town. Clearly surprised, he decided to cross the street before continuing on his way. So … Continue reading
Popped over to Hildacy Nature Preserve yesterday because the fog was so nice. Here’s my favorite photograph from the visit: [smugmug url=”http://photography.colinpurrington.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=userkeyword&NickName=colinpurrington&Data=hildacy+farm+preserve%2C+fog&format=rss200&Size=Thumb” imagecount=”100″ start=”1″ num=”3″ thumbsize=”Th” link=”smugmug” captions=”false” sort=”true” window=”true” smugmug=”false” size=”M”]