. . . to my personal blog, A Balanced Diet.
I blog about anything that takes my fancy: travel, visits to National Trust and English Heritage properties here in the UK, science, and aspects of my 40 year career in international agricultural research and academia in South and Central America, in Asia, and in the UK, particularly the conservation and use of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture.
You’ll find quite a ‘potpourri’ here.
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Click on many of the images in the various blog posts to open a larger version. And even if images are included in a gallery, a slideshow will open if you click on any of these images. Most images in this blog are mine. Where I have used other images, the source and citation can be seen if you place the cursor over the image, and a box will appear with the details.
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I hope you enjoy your visit to A Balanced Diet – keep coming back!
This week’s header image
The city of Ephesus, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, south of Izmir, is one of the wonders of the Ancient Greek world. I’ve visited there twice, in 1972 and in 1978 or 1979. Once a major port, the harbour became silted, and now the site is several miles from the sea. This is a view of Harbour Street from the amphitheatre.
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