Playing the Jaco Pastorius composition Havona. This is musicianship of the highest level. Jaw-dropping. Ark
Green Woodhoopoe about to launch from the old gazebo frame. Photographed 18/9/2020 ”Contemplation” Benji. Watchful Fiscal Flycatcher. Little 2 Hiding from the sun under some corrugated sheeting. Weaver and Sunbird share some space. Chicken-proof Lettuce. Carrots! First success I’ve had growing these! Red Face Mousebird Too much Shiraz over lunch? 😉
Edible flower cake. One of the cakes that went out over the weekend. Pressed flowers on butter icing over double-layer vanilla chiffon with granadilla filling. Emilys Cakes
Pair of Gymnogene (African Harrier Hawk) silhouetted against a deep blue Johannesburg sky. Negative space is this week’s theme over at Lens-Artists, hosted by Amy. Ark.
We have two species of Mousebird that visit, the almost ubiquitous Speckled and this one, the Red Faced. The latter rarely makes an appearance. So infrequent are their visits that this is only the second time in 18 years I’ve seen one, let alone managed a photograph. Made for a very pleasent morning! Ark.
Over at the Weeflea ….. On a recent post about the failings of evangelical Christianity the Good Pastor was asked by one commenter by the name of Tim: I am curious David. Could you possibly summarise the problems the mistakes made by the Western church regarding evangelism? To which he offered a number of reasons, … More Oh, for gods’ sake!
“In the entire first century Jesus is not mentioned by a single Greek or Roman historian, religion scholar, politician, philosopher or poet. His name never occurs in a single inscription, and it is never found in a single piece of private correspondence. Zero! Zip references!” Bart Ehrman, American New Testament scholar Surely, one can … More Oh for gods’ sake!
Paris Themed Cake. Delivered this afternoon. Emilys Cakes.
My current favorite gardening video series. This is a great recycling video. I wonder if they make this in South Africa? If they do,then I’m on board. Have a watch.
Photographed this afternoon. Ark