Tag Archives: Macro photography

Quick, quick…

… don’t hesitate! Work hard, grow, flower, do your business and make sure you finish it! Before it is too late… For many early spring flowers, that is what life is all about. Especially those living it in the forest understory. … Continue reading

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Micro moisture

For a long time, I have been arguing that we should focus on the micro-environment to understand where plants live, and where they will be going in a future with a changing climate. Studying the micro-environment experienced by plants however creates … Continue reading

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The red campion

It is funny to see the differences and similarities in plant species between the place where I work – northern Scandinavia – and the place where I live: Belgium. There are quite a few similarities in species, especially in the … Continue reading

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Chilling

For the next year, I will have four master thesis students joining in on my projects, so I will definitely be chilling day in day out (and this cute cat is happy to teach me how to do that). No, I am … Continue reading

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Follow your nose

In between the corrections of the reports of my students in the course on forest types, I took some free time roaming through little forest patches in the southern half of Flanders, close to the capital. It was in one of these patches that I stumbled on … Continue reading

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