The River Wye, towards the Black Mountains. Ginny Battson © 2014
My #Inventaword for today! Fluminophiliac – river-loving person. Flumin (latin, rivers) philiac (latin, one who has a strong liking for).— Ginny (@ginbat) November 5, 2016
My #Inventaword for today! Fluminophiliac – river-loving person. Flumin (latin, rivers) philiac (latin, one who has a strong liking for).
— Ginny (@ginbat) November 5, 2016
31 March, 2017 at 7:32 pm
Hi Ginny, I suppose I am a Heraclitean like yourself. At any rate, I have been enjoying browsing your site and, although you may already know about it, I just wanted to mention an interesting notice about Laniakea, our home supercluster, that I think you would enjoy (link below). I am also especially impressed by the many beautiful photographs in your postings (also thought the Bruno Walpoth sculpture was rather nice). Take care. Stefan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rENyyRwxpHo
31 March, 2017 at 7:57 pm
Stefan, this is wonderful. Thank you. The news from Hawaii came to me not long after posting my new ethic, Fluminism. I can’t and won’t presume it is a universal phenomenon, but the essence of their work does tend to support my idea. The visualisations are also very beautiful! I am looking forward to exploring more of your work. Thank you for visiting my site and for posting your comment. Ginny.
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I’m Ginny Battson, writer and nature photographer with a passion for wider ecological understanding and symbioethics.
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