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Tuesday's Magic Moment: rock or tree?
It doesn't take much imagination to view this exposed wood grain as an aerial image of Arizona . However these "craters and mountains" don't chronicle rock formation but the slow and uneven growth of the common oak ( Quercus robur ) Malcolm Hunt brought us this unusual perspective...
28 May 2013
Monday's magic moment: enjoy the show
With many of us getting ready to let out our best 'oohs' and 'ahhs' at a firework's display tonight, let's not forget that nature can put on a pretty spectacular display, too: Now I've never seen the Northern Lights, but by all accounts it's a mesmerizing experience...
5 Nov 2012
Monday's Magic Moment: reflections
Katie's post on Friday reminded me how beautiful winter can be. And when I saw this gorgeous image of Snowdon by Guy Rogers I just knew I had to share it with you. You can find more stunning winter photos on RSPB Images .
16 Jan 2012
Monday's Magic Moment: from a different angle
Sometimes it just takes a change of perspective to see things differently. A point brilliantly illustrated by today's magic moment - a striking split image of a waterfall by Graham Eaton . Find your own unusual images in our image library - RSPB Images .
4 Jul 2011
Monday's Magic Moment: blooming marvellous
Are you enjoying nature's spectacle of vibrant colours and delicate flowers that are around at the moment? This beautiful photo by Sue Kennedy is just one of the many sights that you can catch a glimpse of in a park or garden near you. And if you want a real colour overload, there are plenty more...
18 Apr 2011
Monday's Magic Moment: Boxing hares
Whatever you do this Bank Holiday Monday, we hope you aren't fighting like cats and, err, hares with your loved ones! You can see this photo by Richard Revels and loads of other wildlife action shots and landscape images in our image library .
27 Dec 2010
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