Inspired by nature

Collection by Paul Martin

16 
Pins
 • 
21 
Followers
Paul Martin
Twitter / SamsungMobileUK: Check out our Galaxy S III

Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK)

The latest Tweets from Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK). We've moved - please now follow us at @SamsungUK for all the latest Samsung news. London, UK

Twitter / SamsungMobileUK: Check out our Galaxy S III

Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK)

The latest Tweets from Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK). We've moved - please now follow us at @SamsungUK for all the latest Samsung news. London, UK

Twitter / SamsungMobileUK: Check out our Galaxy S III

Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK)

The latest Tweets from Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK). We've moved - please now follow us at @SamsungUK for all the latest Samsung news. London, UK

Twitter / SamsungMobileUK: Check out our Galaxy S III

Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK)

The latest Tweets from Sam Private (@SamsungMobileUK). We've moved - please now follow us at @SamsungUK for all the latest Samsung news. London, UK

GT-I9300_1241

Competition: Win A Samsung Galaxy S III

Designed for humans, inspired by nature (sponsored post).

lets go fishing

lets go fishing

Samsung GS3, with flip cover : Designed for humans and inspired by nature, this smartphone goes beyond smart to fulfil your needs.

Samsung GS3, with flip cover : Designed for humans and inspired by nature, this smartphone goes beyond smart to fulfil your needs.

Samsung GS3, with flip cover : Designed for humans and inspired by nature, this smartphone goes beyond smart to fulfil your needs.

Samsung GS3, with flip cover : Designed for humans and inspired by nature, this smartphone goes beyond smart to fulfil your needs.

moss

How's Robb?

A Double-Crested Cormorant comes in for a landing. These aquatic birds are unusual in not having waterproofed feathers. This makes them less buoyant than other diving birds, and helps them dive more deeply for prey. But it also means that they have to air-dry-their feathers to avoid hypothermia. Cormorants can be observed, standing quite still with their wings fully spread. Robb and I think they look oddly ominous when they do this. This is, perhaps, the very first Black Oystercatcher I've…