Nature – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

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      1. Hello Hannes,

        Yes, I do have some favourites. In general, I like colourful plants, especially the variegated ones, and I also like the historical and sociocultural aspects of plants. All of these are discussed in one of my post published at one of my blogs at https://queenslandorchid.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/variegated-oriental-cymbidiums-shared-in-the-queensland-orchid-society-facebook-group/

        The post is very extensive and will require some time to load. It is best viewed on the large screen of a desktop or laptop.

        Happy October to you!

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      2. You are very welcome, Nanette. 🙂

        Please see the rest of the conversation between Hannes and I below, for in answering Hannes’ question, I have also provided a link to my article entitled “Variegated Oriental Cymbidiums Shared in the Queensland Orchid Society Facebook Group”, which you can access at https://queenslandorchid.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/variegated-oriental-cymbidiums-shared-in-the-queensland-orchid-society-facebook-group/

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      3. Hello Hannes and Nanette,

        It is wonderful that we have this lovely three-way interaction here among the three of us: you, Nanette and I. 🙂

        All of this discussion among us about plants might have given you the impression that I like mainly plants. Therefore, I would like to clarify that animals are definitely also in my radar, so much so that I have composed a very special post in the defence of animals, published at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2013/07/13/soundeagle-in-debating-animal-artistry-and-musicality/

        This is a very technical, multidisciplinary and analytical post dealing with some paramount and critical issues about our relationships with animals and by extension the environment. Please enjoy!

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