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Let’s Geog :Welcome to a new friend: thomas hoather

Geography is always on the move, so let’s catch up with it!


Hello fellow geoggers! If you love geography or would like to know more about this amazing subject then you have come to the right place. ‘Let’s Geog’ was first uploaded in July 2013 and for me is the best example of killing two birds with one stone. When thinking originally about creating a blog my first intentions were to do with education, as I am hoping to expand my subject knowledge before commencing a Geography degree at University, however I then also realised that I love to write, especially creatively (one of my small plays was performed in the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester this year) and I thought that if I created a blog then I can channel my creativity with my love for geography, so ‘Let’s Geog’ was born.

More about me – My name is Thomas Hoather and I am currently 17 years old but will turn 18 in May next year, 19 the May after that and you get the picture.  I grew up in Winsford in Cheshire and I go to Knutsford Academy sixth form. I studied five AS levels and I’m awaiting the results, nails bitten to the quick. I chose Geography, History Conflict, Maths Applied, Psychology and English Language. I decided that I wanted to take Geography on to degree level for, well, many reasons. One is that I have enjoyed geography lessons since about the age of 11 where I was first properly introduced to it in year 7 (or 6th grade for those American geoggers out there), there are great geography teachers at my school, both current teachers are BA human geographers. I just found the whole subject interesting, especially the idea that humans affect the earth and the earth affects humans. The best example of this is with natural hazards such as avalanches. Avalanches can be caused by human activity (e.g. hiking) but this then impacts the humans on the mountain pass by either killing them or making them homeless (there are many more primary and secondary impacts with natural hazards, but these are the main two) I will explore more in my ongoing posts.

Another reason is that the world is always changing therefore so is geography. Tectonic plates, urbanisation, migration even soil erosion is changing everyday due to many internal and external factors and thus the subject has to change to suit this process. Geographers can now use computer software and mapping that they just didn’t have 15 years ago and that makes me wonder, what will geography hold for us in the next 15 years? Therefore I guess that you could say that I like geography because it’s always evolving, like us.

Thanks for taking your time to read this page and I hope that you stay to enjoy the weekly posts that I will be uploading. Right then, have a nice day and keep on geogging.


via About Me | Let’s Geog.

The Burning of Oz

October 20, 2013 By


Hello fellow geoggers! The world is always changing, sometimes for the better, and unfortunately, sometimes for the worst. This can be through earthquakes, landslides and flooding, but one problem that changes a landscape that I just don’t know that much about is Bush Fires. The reason why I’m bringing this topic up is because currently in Australia ‘a state of emergency has been declared in New South Wales as Australian firefighters try to contain the area’s worst bushfires in more than a decade’. I found this on the Sky News website, and you can find the whole article here. So far they report that ‘a total of 208 homes have been destroyed, another 122 have been damaged, and there has been at least one death’, but how do bush fires start? And why isn’t it a problem here in the UK? Well these were the types of questions that came to mind when I read the article, therefore I decided to go and find out some more information about Bush Fires

Firstly it’s important to take into account Australia’s climate. Australia as a country is hot, dry and prone to drought, thus creating the perfect climate for wildfires to not only start, but to spread uncontrollably as well. However this is only the bones of the Bush Fire body, there are plenty of other factors to complete it. More specifically to Australia, there are what is known as ‘the five seasons’ which reflects the continent’s different weather patterns and how it affects different areas of Australia at different times of the year. For most of southern Australia, the danger period is summer and autumn, however for the area that is being affected in the Sky News article (New South Wales), the peak risk usually occurs in spring and early summer, therefore it isn’t surprising that there are bush fires happening now in New South Wales. Looking at factors more specifically, it is documented that Bush fires tend to occur when light and heavy fuel loads in Eucalyptus forests have dried out, usually following periods of low rainfall. And due to the type of season that New South Wales are currently in, this could well be a factor to the current Bush fire problem.

What the frack?

September 24, 2013 By


Hello fellow geoggers! Recently there has been a big debate stirring around about the use of fracking here in the UK, and I wanted to find out more. In basic terms fracking is where you force liquid into rocks in the earth to force it to crack open and release oil and/or shale gas, and with the talk of riches for Lancashire under the ground I thought that I would ‘dig deeper’.

Just to let you geoggers know, almost everything that I talk about in this post has it’s source linked with it, so you can find out more if you find it necessary.

The UK has significant shale gas resources. The North of England is estimated to have 1,300 trillion cubic feet of gas in one place.
Britain would be making a big mistake if it ruled out fracking for natural gas on environmental grounds, David Cameron has said, adding that the UK could be “missing out big time” on cheaper energy bills and new jobs because of worries about the impact on the countryside.
Liz Stanton, a Preston resident and Greenpeace supporter, told the Guardian that she was protesting because fracking was not going to bring Lancashire any benefits. “It’s going to bring heavy industrial aggravation, water pollution, and it’s not going to bring the jobs like we’ve been promised.” (you can find out more here)
Campaigners have warned that the drilling could pollute drinking water and scar the landscape. Gas companies in the US have had to compensate residents where fracking practices have damaged the environment. (More on that here)
David Cameron said: “I think we would be making a big mistake as a nation if we did not think hard about how to encourage fracking and cheaper prices right here in the UK.
“If you look at what’s happening in America with the advent of shale gas and fracking, their energy costs in business and their gas prices are half the level of ours.
“Nothing is going to happen in this country unless its environmentally safe. There is no question of having earthquakes and fire coming out of taps and all the rest of it. There will be very clear environmental procedures and certificates you will have to get before you can frack.”
Companies are preparing to start fracking at several sites in Britain, despite a growing protest movement. The technique involves pumping liquids underground at high pressure to split rock and extract gas or oil.
A ban on fracking was lifted by the government last year, after it decided tremors caused by drilling near Blackpool did not mean the technique posed a significant risk of earthquakes.
Pumping water underground at geothermal power plants can lead to dangerous earthquakes even in regions not prone to tremors, according to scientists. They say that quake risk should be factored into decisions about where to site geothermal plants and other drilling rigs where water is pumped underground – for example in shale gas fracking.
Prof Emily Brodsky, who led a study of earthquakes at a geothermal power plant in California, said: “For scientists to make themselves useful in this field we need to be able to tell operators how many gallons of water they can pump into the ground in a particular location and how many earthquakes that will produce.”



Dan Newman | The Clearing: Ontario Launch!

Dan Newman

Calling Exhibit A Ontario Fans!

Dan Newman is launching The Clearing on Saturday, 2 November and we are inviting you, one and all, to join him for a wonderful evening!

Starting at 7pm, in A Different Drummer Books, Dan will be reading from The Clearing, as well as busily signing copies and no doubt, reading from this fantastic debut.


Who: Dan Newman Launching The Clearing
Where: A Different Drummer Books, 513 Locust St, Burlington, OH
When: 2 November, 7pm

In 1976, four boys walked into a jungle. Only three came back alive.

The Clearing by Dan NewmanHaunted by terrifying childhood memories he doesn’t fully understand, journalist Nate Mason returns to the Caribbean island of St. Lucia where he grew up.

Back then, as the son of a diplomat, he was part of an elite social circle. But during a weekend of whispered secrets and dares in a decaying jungle mansion staffed by the descendants of slaves, Nate’s innocence was torn apart.

The survivors of that gathering blamed what happened on a myth, an unseen terror from the bush. No one believed them. But now. almost forty years later, is the truth finally about to come out?

Within hours of arriving back on the island, Nate becomes convinced he’s being followed. He soon discovers that his search for answers could cost him his sanity as well as his life, as he realises that some childhood nightmares never go away.

Can childhood nightmares haunt you for the rest of your life? How much do you need to believe in a monster for it to become real? The Clearing is a dark and atmospheric psychological thriller, full of intrigue, terror and superstition, which examines our deepest fears of the unknown. A potent mix of the friendship and bravery ofStand By Me and the betrayals and fear of Angel Heart.

The son of a globetrotting international aid worker, Newman, who was in England, grew up on St. Lucia in the Caribbean – where The Clearing is set – then in the Kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland in Southern Africa, then Canada, then England again, then Australia, and then…

Well, you get the picture. His education was similarly global; primary school beneath swaying palms in the Caribbean, secondary school in Africa at an international boarding school (witnessing apartheid throttle a nation across the border in South Africa), and then undergrad and grad school in Canada and Australia respectively.

There were starts and stops on the career track, too. He played semi professional football in Africa, and had trials at a number of clubs in London – all of whom chose to callously snuff out his boyhood dreams. (It turns out the ability to actually control a football is quite important to those who manage these teams.)

To put himself through school, Newman spent time as a sweaty mover (be nice to those guys), a plant pot cleaner (less so to them), and a beer brewer. Eventually, after taking a keen interest in journalism and heading to Australia to complete his graduate degree, Newman found a way to avoid doing any actual real work by writing copy for corporations. Later still, that became a career in corporate communications.

And that’s where he finds himself today: in Toronto, Canada, plying his trade for a Fortune 500 company.

You can find out more about Dan at his chilling website here.

And make sure to follow Dan on Twitter @DanNewmanWrites too.

Exhibit A Books by Dan Newman

The Clearing (November 2013)

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Lonely Road 1 & 2 were taken on Norman Cay, an island with a population of about 25.  There is a bar on Norman Cay that is said to be one of Jimmy Buffett’s favorites.  It is located across the airstrip at the end of Lonely Road.  The Castle is in that area as well.  Cute Lobster Hunter bagged that bug while holding her breath.  All of these were shot with a D700 and Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 zoom.

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I close my eyes and all I see is… | Catching up with Dating Again at 50 ~ An evolving experience

I close my eyes and all I see is…


Sometimes our hope takes a beating.  Sometimes what we believe in most is what we believed against all odds was possible.  Sometimes we find out it wasn’t possible.  Sometimes all we are left with is the knowledge that no amount of hard work,  attention, wishes, and dreams would change the outcome.  Sometimes life is just so close to unbearable that unthinkable alternatives become thinkable.  Sometimes the sadness and weight of circumstances takes a toll.  Sometimes we just have to chin up and carry on.  Sometimes we have to close our eyes and accept the darkness and remember there will be better days.

Thank you to my friends who have stood by me and understood my darkness.  Thank you to my friends who brought light into dark days.  Thank you to my friends that loved me when I was unlovable.  Thank you to my friends who stopped their lives long enough to listen even when I had no words.  I still have a long road ahead, but I know without a doubt because of you all, we got this.

via I close my eyes and all I see is… | Dating Again at 50 ~ An evolving experience.

[Terry: hang in there. Life’s pain is like the old story about the guy who went to the doctor.

Doctor says,  “the bad news is you have and arrow in your stomach. The good news is that it’s turning.”

“Why is that good news??”

“Because the edges are wearing down and in a while it won’t hurt so much.”]

Meet The Future Of Publishing: Stephen Ormsby | Novel Ideas

Meet the Future of Publishing: Stephen Ormsby

The man of the hour: Stephen Ormsby relaxed.

Stephen Ormsby is the man of the moment. His new publishing company “Satalyte Publishing” is set to become one of the most prestigious and powerful publishing houses in Australia. What’s their goal? To promote the best work Australian writers can offer. 

“The Boomerang Team” comprises of some of the greatest authors in Australia. I wanted to catch Stephen for a short interview.. How does a modern publisher compete with the big guns? Let’s find out…

Q) Good afternoon, Stephen. It’s an honour to meet you.

A) Likewise.

Q) Why a publishing company at a time when book sales are apparently so low?

A) Firstly, I don’t believe that book sales are low.  It is a wonderfully huge industry, and one that will not die soon.  Secondly, I believe that Australian authors are under-represented in the global market.  There are many talented authors in Australia, and my main goal is to get the world reading them.

Since we announced the birth of Satalyte, we have been inundated.  The quality of these stories is not surprising but incredibly heartening.  There are Australian authors that have been bypassed as they are not seen to have a profitable product.  I think differently.

Q) What do you think is the main ingredient of a successful book?

Meet The Future Of Publishing: Stephen Ormsby | Novel Ideas.

BAM365 | a photo a day in her 28th year (Catching up with old friends)

{Terry: I was wondering what these two were up to. Not only still at it but I see an improvement in textures and tonal values.

–See? I took Ansel Adams in college!]

day forty-two: amelia alice, sydney

grey skies and power lines

day forty-one: amelia alice, sydney

flowers on a sunday

via BAM365 | a photo a day in her 28th year.

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 bianca jade, melbourne

day twenty-seven: bianca jade, melbourne

a surprise date and a new watering hole

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Dan Newman |

Dan Newman

The Author, Dan NewmanThe son of a globetrotting international aid worker, Newman, who was born in England, grew up on St. Lucia in the Caribbean – where The Clearing is set – then in the Kingdoms of Lesotho and Swaziland in Southern Africa, then Canada, then England again, then Australia, and then…

Well, you get the picture.

His education was similarly global; primary school beneath swaying palms in the Caribbean, secondary school in Africa at an international boarding school witnessing apartheid throttle a nation across the border in South Africa, and then undergrad and grad school in Canada and Australia respectively.

There were starts and stops on the career track, too. He played semi professional football in Africa, and had trials at a number of clubs in London – all of whom chose to callously snuff out his boyhood dreams. It turns out the ability to actually control a football is quite important to those who manage these teams.

To put himself through school, Newman spent time as a sweaty mover be nice to those guys, a plant pot cleaner less so to them, and a beer brewer. Eventually, after taking a keen interest in journalism and heading to Australia to complete his graduate degree, Newman found a way to avoid doing any actual real work by writing copy for corporations.

Later still, that became a career in corporate communications.

And that’s where he finds himself today: in Toronto, Canada, plying his trade for a Fortune 500 company.You can find out more about Dan at his chilling website here.

And make sure to follow Dan on Twitter @DanNewmanWrites too.

The Clearing November 2013

 All three of the boys knew Richard was dead.

His limp form lay at their feet in silence, his eyes wide and unblinking, and his left hand waving an eerie goodbye as the river tugged at his arm in a regular, unsettling rhythm.  They stood in a loose semicircle, their wet clothes dripping and making small spattering sounds on the bank, watching for something to happen but knowing nothing would.That image would burn indelibly into each of their memories, even haunt them from time to time.  And one day it would reclaim them entirely.Decades later, Nate’s life is being viciously stripped bare.  Everything he has worked for is falling unstoppably apart: the last handhold he can reach for, his last chance at redemption lies -– just as it always has -– in a dark clearing in the heart of the island’s rainforest.  Nate must travel back to the clearing, back to the world as it was when he was twelve and to the moment when his childhood was cut suddenly and brutally short.  To survive the collapse of his personal and professional worlds means tearing open another, and threatening to expose wicked secrets long held by the island’s powerful elite.   In a land steeped in occult and Obeah lore from deep in the St. Lucian rainforest, Nate’s only chance at deliverance will mean confronting the failures of his life, and revisiting the disturbing, unexplainable events of his youth.  It’s time to go back to the island; time to risk everything and right that first and most terrible wrong.

The Clearing November 2013

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The Clearing

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day sixteen: bianca jade, melbourne | BAM365

Hey Sweetheart We Get Rewrites

day sixteen: bianca jade, melbourne

day sixteen: bianca jade, melbourne

i didn’t take this photo personally, it was taken from an exhibition of close friend. my own inspiration to begin a 365 project is nearing the end of theirs. bernie’s 365 project was to embroider a hankie each day to pay tribute to anything from encounters, family, friends to fun random events. nothing but love and admiration for this person, be sure to have a peek…

via day sixteen: bianca jade, melbourne | BAM365.

[Terry:  Doesn’t COUNT. You still owe me a picture for day sixteen. However, here is the last of the 365 Hankies–which is pretty amazing.)


That’s how I feel……what a weekend!

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day six: bianca jade, melbourne | BAM365

Hey Sweetheart We Get Rewrites

day six: bianca jade, melbourne

day six: bianca jade, melbourne

on the outside, looking in

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Welcome to new friends: Bianca Jade and Amelia Alice |A 365 day photo challenge

A 365 day photo challenge by Bianca Jade and Amelia Alice | BAM365.

One rainy Thursday evening two friends got talking.

Both girls were in their 28th year: one living in Sydney, the other in Melbourne. They decided to embark on a creative challenge: for the next 365 days they would take a photograph each day to document their lives. The photographs would represent a moment, a feeling, a mood that they otherwise may forget or not take the time to honour.

This is what they created.

day one: amelia alice, sydney

day one: amelia alice, sydney

Just a standard Saturday night with a Mexican boxer

Day one: Bianca Jade, Melbourne

Once you pop, you can’t stop (says the girl on her second bag of microwave butter popcorn…..)

day two, amelia, sydney

day two, amelia, sydney

Rainy Sunday and inside out umbrellas


day two: bianca jade, melbourne

day two: bianca jade, melbourne

take your latest squeeze to the bench seat of love, found on sydney rd, for a good old fashion make out session. PDA’s welcomed but byo condoms


[Terry: I just want to see how their photography has evolved by the end of a year. They’re damn good now–will they be Cartier-Bresson in a year?]

Welcome to a new friend: Shruti Fateh Puria– Smile Again | A Shade Of Pen


I smile today…

I smiled yesterday…

I smile in pains.

I smile again….

Life is lovely if u have the eyes for it…

If u choose to whine…you would end up sad…

If you choose to cry…you would end up broken…

See the good and love the life…

There is no better way to enjoy the strife…

I am not perfect…

I am not even close…

And still I smile…

Because I am happy with the way things are…

Regrets and pain takes us nowhere…

The journey to happiness starts from a smile…

A smile can conquer the deepest troubles…

A smile can win the toughest hearts…

Smile when you can…

Smile when you should…

It will do you a world of good..!

via Smile Again | A Shade Of Pen.

Hello fellas.. I am Shruti…

I work as a freelance writer….I am passionate about writing as I love to write on a lot of topics from interesting ones like life to relation, love, humor and even technical topics like stuxnet virus, iPhone apps or social marketing and seo as well.


Why I Love To Write…

Along with being an avid writer, i am an avid reader as well. I had always dreamt of having my own blog and lo the dream turns true. I intend to keep updating the blog daily as and when I come across fresh topics.

Some random fun facts about me…

I love green eyes as I believe they have a charm of their own…

green eyes

I love to get drenched in the rain


I am a passionate poet who loves to wrap her feelings in verse..


Looking to know more people and explore their culture, tradition and way of living…


So, now that you are reading this page, i would request you to take out time from your busy schedule and visit a few blogs of mine and give me valuable inputs because I believe it is the inputs from random strangers that can help you refine who you are..

So, pour a cup of coffee and let’s go for a ride….


you can also reach me at

i will be waiting…:)

The blog celebrates my journey..!

N.B. I do not own any copyrights to any of the images in my blogs. I am not a photographer and I simply pick up pictures from the useful “internet” and use them to give color to my words. The copyright is not mine, credits to the wonderful soul who took pains to put the pictures together :)

Goodreads | Carrie Vaughn’s Blog – things I’ve learned about wine – May 08, 2013 08:01

English: A colorful bottle

English: A colorful bottle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Goes with anything.

Pay attention to what you like. I remember drinking cabernet and chardonnay because that’s what everyone drank, until one day I realized they don’t taste good. Zinfindel and pinot grigio for me! Also, merlot, riesling, malbec, shiraz…

If you order a bottle at a restaurant that you really like, take a picture of the label so you’ll remember it.

Ordering wine off a menu takes practice. But if you can do it with confidence, you’ll impress everyone at the table.

When the waiter pours you a taste from the bottle you ordered, you don’t have to stare at it and sniff it and swirl it around and pretend like that’s telling you anything. Just take a taste to make sure the bottle isn’t off.

via Goodreads | Carrie Vaughn’s Blog – things I’ve learned about wine – May 08, 2013 08:01.



FAQs | Why is Australia’s Lake Eyre very Strange?

Lake Eyre Floods, South Australia (NASA, Inter...

Lake Eyre Floods, South Australia (NASA, International Space Station, 12/05/11) (Photo credit: NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

Why is Australia’s Lake Eyre very Strange?

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A false-colour satellite photo of Australia's ...

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Welcome to a new friend: Rachel Tsoumbakos

Rachel Tsoumbakos

Author of contemporary horror and paranormal fiction

Rachel Tsoumbakos is a stay home mother of two.

Her main passions are writing, reading and organic gardening. Rachel lives with her husband, two kids, three cats and seven chickens in suburban Melbourne, Australia.

While she has had several articles published through mainstream magazines, she has also written extensively for Suite 101 and True Blood Net.

In between writing novels, Rachel also runs a successful copywriting and formatting business.

Emeline and the Mutants is her first published novel and available on Amazon. The Ring of Lost Souls is set in an abandoned mental institute on the outskirts of Melbourne, is her second novel and also available on Amazon.

Her current work in progress, Unremembered Things, is an edgy paranormal trilogy about a woman who is in charge of saving the world even though she suffers from amnesia. Make sure you follow her blog for more information.

Her newest endeavour is Zombie Apocalypse Now! This is a zombie apocalypse serial written entirely from a female perspective – and these gals know how to kick some butt!
Click HERE for Zombie Apocalypse Now! Part 1 on Amazon

via Rachel Tsoumbakos – Australia, Author, Editor, Novel Formatting, Studying Library Studies |

Daryl Dixon’s Crossbow vs. A Real Crossbow User

Daryl Dixon's (Norman Reedus) crossbow in AMC's The Walking Dead

Now I LOVE The Walking Dead – you all know that.

My husband doesn’t – he HATES the show. And there is only one reason for that:

Daryl Dixon’s Crossbow.

While we all think it’s cool to be shooting bolts into zombie heads, whipping them out, reloading, and firing again, my husband sees nothing but technical errors.

Yep, he is a real crossbow user. He even uses the same brand Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) does: a Horton. And that, apparently, is where the similarities end.

So, here I am, attempting to set a few things straight…

The crossbow Daryl Dixon uses in The Walking Dead:

Horton Scout HD 125 Red Dot Package

I hate to break it to you folks, this is an entry level children’s crossbow. Although it does have some advantages (and this is apparently the reason AMC picked this particular Horton model):

  • LightweightThe Horton Scout is Daryl Dixon's (Norman Reedus) crossbow of choice during the zombie apocalypse
  • Small
  • Great at close range

The full specifics of the Horton Scout can be found here. But if you are looking for a really great crossbow, my husband would suggest the Horton Hunter Express SL. At least this one can shoot from a long distance. It also is relatively light weight (only a pound heavier) and compact (an inch or so bigger) when moving through the bush. My husband found this out the hard way when he got lost in thick scrub. Not only was he able to travel with his crossbow for hours without it getting too heavy to carry, but it rarely got caught on things. (Something to think about AMC if you want to upgrade Daryl’s crossbow to a grown-up model.)

There is also the advantage of being able to bring down larger animals with this model. The inherent problem with the Horton Scout is the very reason it was picked as Daryl’s crossbow: it’s size. The Scout really is only good for squirrels.

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