Defying my sense of loyalty to readers, last week I took a holiday from the Internet and took a trip to the Rockies. The reason for my absence was worth the hassle of coming back to a collection of unread RSS items in Google Reader numbering unspecified multiples of 100+.
Even with the mountains cloaked in clouds, and rain dampening the spirits of tourists thronging the cafes and shops, Banff National Park was nothing less than magnificent.
With the psychological effects of exploring nature still occupying me today, I’ll begin my return to the blogosphere with the following: an article referred by Sarah Dasher at Page 3.14.
- Richard A. Fuller et al. Psychological benefits of greenspace increase with biodiversity. Biology Letters. (May 15, 2007).
The title says it all, really.