Thinking about Nepal and the earthquake(s) … I reviewed pictures of our Trek to Machupuchare in 2005/06. The woman pictured here is the mother of the guide who led Til’s (broken-leg) evacuation from middle… Continue reading
Spotted eagle-owl Scientific nameBubo africanus Kgalagidi Park South Africa. Returning to camp from a late afternoon/early evening game drive; we almost drove by missing this fellow quietly sitting in his tree. The light… Continue reading
NO, not the cartoon one… not a “meep-meep” peep. These guys are really common around our home and especially on the golf courses.
March 2009, Sohar, Al Batinah Region, Oman. A young camel jockey engaged in a foot race to the staging area … barefoot! HOT sand and sharp stones… TOUGH FEET!
While living in Oman we were were able to attend a few Camel Races. I was surprised to see that the Jockeys were young children. Upon inquiry I learned that although the United Arab… Continue reading
Winner of a Camel Beauty Pageant in Sohar, Oman 2006. I am not sure what the criteria for “The Most Beautiful Camel” were/are but, she won in a very crowded field. We… Continue reading
Taken in Chobe National Park. This group patiently watched as a herd of Water Buffalo passed to the left of us. I kept expecting them to start stalking, but they just watched… waiting… Continue reading
I am so fortunate to have the love of my life/soul-mate at my side… my thoughts today went to those who are not as lucky. Two photos I took in British Columbia at… Continue reading
Originally my interest was photographing the African “Big Five” (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Giraffe, Water Buffalo) – only got four – the Leopard eluded us. However, what really excited me was the birds and their incredible… Continue reading
On the lookout for Giraffes in Etosha National Park Namibia… our first glimpse is appropriately, in the tree tops. Til loves giraffes … until I… Continue reading