The Decorator crabs
Is it possible to call the crabs as ‘creative’? But if we witness the craftsmanship of some species of crabs, we’ll have to admit that crabs (at least some of them) can be creative. Continue reading
Is it possible to call the crabs as ‘creative’? But if we witness the craftsmanship of some species of crabs, we’ll have to admit that crabs (at least some of them) can be creative. Continue reading →
A few days ago ‘Fascinating World’ was nominated for the second Blogger Recognition Award and I am so happy and thrilled with the appreciation the blog has received. I am so very thankful to Susmita Mukherjee for nominating my blog for this award; also, my apologies to Susmita for the delay in posting the award. I am also grateful to all the followers and readers of this blog, who have regularly encouraged my humble efforts.
I am sure most of you have already visited and appreciated Susmita’s blog Uniquesus. The sub-heading of her blog says ‘Attempts at creative Writing’, her creative writing is truly fabulous. She writes poetry with soulfully weaved words and her short stories are a must read. I must mention the one I liked best, Bijoli’s Tale.
The Beginning of my Blog-Writing:
I always loved writing. First I started my other blog, The Reflections. I am curious about and interested in all the amazing things hidden in the nature. So started writing this second blog, Fascinating World, a compilation of researched information that describes various unusual and rare phenomena of the nature. (Actually this blog is an extension of my book The Marvels Of Nature, which I had written years ago for children.)
The rules for accepting this award:
Two pieces of advice to new bloggers:
I do not consider myself an expert who can give advice; so here are my two suggestions:
I would like to nominate the following:
Happy Blogging 🙂
A National Park that floats! — There is only one such National Park in the world, The Keibul Lamjao National Park. But it is not some man-made amusement park, it is an amazing creation of the nature. Continue reading →