TG #44

TG #44 : Botanical Printing ~ Wildlife Spotters ~ Wombat Warriors ~ Comets in History

Hello!

Hope all is well with you as we progress through the winter. It’s been a busy season planting seeds for other projects, but we are finally delighted to be able to share this issue Forty Four with you. Thank you for your patience – you’ll find it has been worth the wait.

The issue begins with fine art botanical prints from Deborah Wace – take a very close look and you can see just how much detail this technique captures.

There are two wildlife projects there for all those who are charmed by vertebrates. The ABC Wildlife Spotter project with the Tasmanian Land Conservancy is a fun and engaging way to help identify animals captured by remote cameras…and for more “boots on the ground” involvement, you can check out the Conservation Volunteers’ Wombat Warriors fieldwork.

We’ll wrap up by looking up into the sky and deep into the past with a piece on comets through history, illustrated with marvellous images produced by keen observers of earlier years.

I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading them as much as we enjoyed compiling them!

All the best,

The Editor