Thanks to everyone who joined us @quayarts for the Wild About Wight celebration today.. terrible pics as the room was packed and nobody was actually this blurry but was too busy nicking the canapés!
That's a year of consultation events, then 3 years with 133 events introducing people to nature and nature to people, over 200 vulnerable young adults learning practical conservation skills, several awards, an greenspace restoration and a great art exhibition. All with the help of a whole host of brilliant partners.
Thanks especially to Vectis Housing for hosting the project and @down_to_the_coast and @heritagefunduk for funding it.
We are really pleased that Arc & Artecology @arc.ways and @artecologyltd will be putting Wild About Wight to good use through their Discovery Bay and other nature / biodiversity outreach work.
Cool #ash : nowadays, most makeup is easy to use & easy to blend—you can get away with bringing out every feature of the face. Consider this: for a summer look, change your smokey eye with blueish grays that are dead, pastel, ashy, & milky all at once (sounds horrid but try it). The key is in the blending! To further enhance this, use variations of milky #bluegrays in different textures (shimmer, pearl, gloss). Our special guest, the wasp, is used here for contrast. Thanks, wasp.
the Konik (konik polski or konik biłgorajski) or the Polish primitive horse is a small, semi-feral horse, originating in Poland. the Polish word konik (plural koniki) is the diminutive of koń, the Polish word for "horse". Koniks show many primitive markings, including a dun coat and dorsal stripe.
“A kind stranger asked me that how to stop loving someone. And I said, I don’t think I’ve ever really stopped loving anyone and that’s the complexity of love. I think I can let go of someone and turn that love into a fossilised version of itself in memory. But trying to repress it never worked for me. So instead, I gently placed it behind glass in the museum in my head. I only access it now when I am strong enough to remember that love without the intensity of the pain and hurt it caused.”