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Well, the last three days the Biology section organizes field work studies in a small forrest around a castle nearby our school. I had to ride with my mountainbike off road to search for students who were busy observing different Biological phenomenon. Well here are some pictures I took this morning. Enjoy, like I enjoyed my day and taking the pictures;-)













Almost splashed under my wheels....













I hope your day wasn't as boring as mine:-D,

Cheers,

Sjors

 

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Hmmm yeah... I have to work today... but at least I get to work from home!
 

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hi sjors



nice pictures, what the foot print belong to?

my stuck in work in the office looking out a beautiful day. it 24 degrees here. the hottest day so far this year. ive another 3 1/2 hours left in work.

at least it very quite today, so i can play around with the setting on my new riseman:-!

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Hi Guys,

Glad you like my pics. I forgot the picture of the wild field orchid, which is an ultra rare plant here. The footprint is of a very dog, a fox or a boar. Since dogs are not allowed in this forrest I think it's the last. We have to do it here with a poor 15 degrees, which is much better than the few days of 10(!) degrees we had this week.

Here is an old picture I took from the Beta-Lab last fall when I was finished work at the end of the day. You even can see the forrest and the towers of the castle from my labs.

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Sjors


 

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Sjors, I have to know this

Hello there Sir,

How are you today? Nice pics. I have always been curious as to whether of not the story about the little Dutch boy sticking his finger in the dike is true or just a story ??



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Hi Leon,

The story is actually an American Legend about a nameless hero, who later was called Hans(je) Brinker. Hans Brinker is actually more famuos in the US than here in my country. "Hans" lived in the neigborhood of Haarlem. A nice addition to the story is that my old mathmatics and physics teatcher always mentioned Hansje Brinker functions and graphs. These were functions with a "hole" in it, such as the simple function 1/X has at X=0.





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Hello Sjors,

Nice pictures! You certainly live/work in a beautiful place!!!

As for school, I must admit that I sympathize as I work as a college science professor as well. :-!

Take care!

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Sam
 

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Those bananna slugs are NASTY to step on with bare feet.
 

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Great pics Sjors:-!
 

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Great pics Sjors! :-! But I don't see any G's :-S :-D :-S



Sjors said:
Well, the last three days the Biology section organizes field work studies in a small forrest around a castle nearby our school. I had to ride with my mountainbike off road to search for students who were busy observing different Biological phenomenon. Well here are some pictures I took this morning. Enjoy, like I enjoyed my day and taking the pictures;-)













Almost splashed under my wheels....













I hope your day wasn't as boring as mine:-D,

Cheers,

Sjors

 
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