When I asked my colleague Caroline to look at something on my iPad at work today she asked, “Its not another picture of a bog, is it?” (It wasn’t but here’s one now).

When I asked my colleague Caroline to look at something on my iPad at work today she asked, “Its not another picture of a bog, is it?” (It wasn’t but here’s one now).56BF7D3E-8B7D-439A-8045-57A001EB4FFC

2 thoughts on “When I asked my colleague Caroline to look at something on my iPad at work today she asked, “Its not another picture of a bog, is it?” (It wasn’t but here’s one now).

  1. J > I follow your blog because it is about – and only about – bogs. Contrary to popular preconceptions, it’s not boring : it’s reassuring and reflective. By examining something so ubiquitous and overlooked, but with an eye for detail, our interest is piqued and we learn something new about our every day world and even about ourselves.

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