There Is No Planet B

A message, some photos and some links – read, enjoy and please share.

INTRODUCTION

As well as the title piece this post includes a few pictures from in and around King’s Lynn and a few other links.

THERE IS NO PLANET B

This came to attention as a tweet from a campaign group opposing the expansion of Heathrow Airport, and it struck me as an important message:

It is time to move on to…

A KING’S LYNN WALK

Here are most of my pictures from today…

I have saved two pictures for their own section…

A  SEAL SWIMMING IN THE GREAT OUSE

The Great Ouse is a tidal river, so occasionally one sees things that are more associated with the sea than with a river. This was one such – a seal swimming in the river. It was on the other side of the river from me, and only its head was visible above the water:

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SOME FINAL LINKS

First, for UK based readers, a link to a petition seeking to force the government to act on the eleven recommendations of the UNCRPD report.

Second, a link to this piece in Time Out about an unusual use that has been found for an old District line carriage (I have already posted a link to this on www.londontu.be)

My final link is a piece on The Mighty by an autistic person about what is like to have people not believe that you are autistic when you are.

Author: Thomas

I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.

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