Love this old Painting by German artist Carl Spitzweg. It reflects the old Polymathic and romantic way of studying the natural world. - The natural philosopher surrounded by his Wunderkammer or Cabinets of curiosities
Here's a large Australlian Barking spider from my collection, the photo is inlarged so the details can bee seen
A Thought provoking 5 minutes on the state of the world from Alan Watts, and reflecting the words of Viktor Schauberger who said -“This civilisation is the work of man, who high-handedly and ignorant of the true workings of nature, has created a world without meaning or foundation, which now threatens to destroy him".
Here's a note by my father on the intact skeleton of a large Amethystine python he found while exploring the rainforests near the Barron River on the Atherton Tablelands north Queensland in 1943. It also had the intact skeleton of a wallaby inside its rib cage.
Some of my interests include the Victorian era naturalists scientists and explorers such as Richard Owen, Nikola Tesla and Percy Fawcett also subjects such as Cryptozoology, Tesla inventions, and Victorian Era Natural History. I'm also a Biblical Unitarian and a artist