Observed these animals swimming in a roadside puddle which appears after each rain, Location is Seaside, Oregon. The puddle is frequently driven over by automobiles. Puddle may be similar to a vernal pool in its behavior. Trying to identify them.
The television series began in 1961 on ITV (produced by ABC Television) starring Ian Hendry (Dr. David Keel) and Patrick Macnee (John Steed). Hendry left after the first year and Macnee became the leading man. Through the next eight years Steed was assisted by female partners Honor Blackman (Cathy Gale), Diana Rigg (Emma Peel) and Linda Thorson (Tara King) and briefly Julie Stevens (Venus Smith) and Jon Rollason (Dr Martin King).
We watched this program religiously as teenagers. It was campy and most importantly British. It was a staple for many kids.
The present day faux Avengers have nothing on Steed and his associates. They were the real deal.
An incredible thought provoking series of five CBC podcasts that delve into climate change and how it is presently affecting and will affect future water supplies, food production, weather, human activities, energy production/use, wildlife, cities and numerous other critical aspects of British Columbia. In reality the consequences of climate change affect us all. This ‘may’ be our future. Perhaps our future is already written.
I will see little of the effects which will change the way people will live. I wonder what our son, his wife and our four year old grandson will experience. It could be an amazing era or a depressing period of human cultural evolution. Wish I could witness more of the coming changes. Changes that will occur. All we can do is modify the coming events.
These podcasts are an important insight into the future. The future predicted by the crystal ball has and will become reality.
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