Originally posted on On Lake Victoria:
Maasai by Samuel Susumo 2012 The fascination with Maasais appears as widespread amongst Tanzanians as it is amongst Westerners. Depictions of them are everywhere; in charcoal, oil paint, pastels, wooden sculptures. Always walking abreast, their Pangas at angles away from their bodies, their earlobes swinging as they walk. Some…
Smiling is good for your health! Neurologically speaking, seeing someone else smile makes you feel better #fact So feel better ❤
From Lieven. Snowy white and the contrast between the Christmas roses and the evergreen in the background!
Gran and I took a walk today and she let me use her camera for a while. These are some of the pictures I took:
See this Ficus? My grandmother had one just like it. Nice little plant, isn’t it? Now remember my article “Magical Trees” about the giants in de Plaza Portal de Elche in Alicante? Exactly the same plant, but under somewhat different conditions. To think that a chamber plant can grow to such gigantic proportions given the …
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They look quite spic and span for ruins! Lovely pics.
If you’re gonna have a fight, have a pillow fight!
Pictures from Yaira(Hiver).
More pictures sent by Yaira!
More wonderful pictures, sent to me by Yaira:
Has a new ice-age begun, one wonders!?
Glad to show some Fine Art!
Don’t they look marvellous and free? From Symphony in White:
I found the mother-load of cool intergalactic images and videos on http://www.youtube.com/HubbleSiteChannel. I got there by following a link from http://hubblesite.org/ Here is an example:
If you turn your head sideways, what do you see? —————-HOOTERS!!!!!!! Or is it just me?
Some more examples of this extraordinary urban art:
He’s making me dizzy, but I suppose that’s his job…
Yes, here you can enjoy some more photographs, sent to me by her new family. She seems to be having lots of fun playing in the water.
Here are some fine examples of Urban Art, sent to me by my ex-wife and dear friend Yaira Lepate, from Ra’ananna, Isreal .
Originally posted on Flickr Comments:
looking after years in some old shoe boxes with photos, I found out, that always human interest was more important for me than skylines of houses, plants or sundowns. A small pocket camera was always by my side – still a bridge to what I felt years ago, when at…
Here are some more pictures of the lovely Linda, sent me by dear Denise. She reports that it’s still bloody cold in Germany and that Linda is doing extremely swell!
Forget about the Tryffids! The Wells have come to conquer us!!! They are popping out of the ground at an alarming rate and they are breeding like rabbits! Rumour has it that they will be helped in their invasion by Garden Gnomes. We may as well give up all hope.Armageddon is upon us! Amen.
Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
1-24-12 There is something in the sparseness– the sparse stretching to the sky, the intertwining, community of bare bones, waiting for green buds and fancy dresses. Spare looks like loss, but faith sees the bloom and fruit of what will be…
Man’s best friend and… man’s best imitator!
“Why would I need an uncluttered workspace, when my cozy procrastination-space ‘works’ just fine, thank you very much!!?” This is SOOOO not me! Now that’s more like it! ThatsMe!
I wouldn’t want to mess with this one!
Auroras (60 images). This is definitely a must see. Amazing pictures of this most uncommon natural phenomenon (in our parts at any rate). The colours are surreal and wonderful. No artist could render such images on any canvas, try though he might.