Today’s contribution is from regular Mark Sturtevant. Mark’s captions and IDs are indented, and you can enlarge the photos by clicking on them. Let’s start with some damselflies. First, this is a female fragile forktail (Ischnura posita) with its distinctive thoracic exclamation mark. This is a species I had been hoping to find for a…
Today’s dog walk was cold (7C) but beautifully sunny. I took the camera out with me, hoping to capture Beetley Meadows in low winter light. (The photos are on Flickr, and if you click on them you can enlarge them there) Ollie sniffing around under a tree. Its leaves have finally changed. Most of the […]
But now the more the years go by, the more anticipated black friday is, as if it were a ritual or a unique event. I still remember before 2016 when black friday was practically unknown outside the united states, while today everyone knows what it is, even if probably few know its meaning and that is the Friday after the last Thursday of the month which would be the Thanksgiving Day. When I was a boy, Christmas decorations began at the beginning of December or even after the immaculate … nowadays someone even dares to display decorations and at the end of October, and for me this is an absurd thing.
This year, however, I do not see particular offers, especially on the alien world of amazon, where in recent years there were unattainable prices for other shops, so much so as to send entire local economies of various nations into crisis. This is mainly due to the fact that this year there is a crisis in finding semiconductors due in turn to the unavailability of Silicon. All this has repercussions in the technology sector, but also on other sectors such as cars or toys. So If you want to shop with blackfriday super discounts, think carefull!