January 2018 M T W T F S S « Jul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
- Guess who’s coming to dinner?
- Bread recipe for people who are afraid of baking
- How to have a proper staycation
- This little piggie went to the fair
- Sienna Month 4
- Epilogue: If you’re flying from London to Los Angeles . . .
- Act V: If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.
- Act IV: The highest of all London High Streets
- Act III: Not all chain stores are evil
- Act II: Going to the movies . . . abroad
- Act I: Hello darkness my old friend
- London, my old cat
- Bringing Up Baby
- Kirei / Guapa / Mei-li
- The bun has left the oven!
Category Archives: photographs
Like a kaleidescope, the elements of the sky in Africa are constantly moving and changing. One could sit back and watch the horizon for hours and it would never look the same one moment to the next.
Although we were fortunate enough to see ONE cheetah during our safari (the handsome guy above), we were unable to spot the elusive and shy leopard, so this movie still from Bringing Up Baby will have to do.
One of the smaller exotic specimens we spotted during our safari was the African dung beetle, who spends the majority of its time eating and rolling dung into perfectly round balls for its offspring to live off of. This unsung hero (or garbage man, if you like) of the African wilderness works tirelessly to break up dung and bury it, thus fertilizing the land.
Unfortunately for this particular dung beetle, he and the large ball of dung he spent hours rolling were run over by the van following us. Seconds after I snapped his picture, we heard a loud crunching sound and that was the end of poor Mr. Dung Beetle!