From the time I found out that Moses was a work of fiction, Christianity has fascinated me. Ironic then that, during the entire time I would have been considered a Christian, in the general cultural sense of vicars, sandwiches on the church lawn, and Church Parade with the scouts I never gave it a moment’s … More Christianity – what’s the point?
There doesn’t seem to be too many ”bugs” around at the moment but I managed to photograph these two a couple of days ago. Dyptera Mythicomyiid ( I think) Paper Wasp Ark. 13/6/17
Even with the shirt off my back …. there’s still plenty of Sax Appeal! Two cakes that went out yesterday. Ark. http://emilyscakes.co.za/
Paula’s Thursday Special is curves and I had nothing like the gorgeous photo she has posted. However, wandering through to the studio to see what I could purloin for my mid-morning coffee a large batch of these biscuits had just finished being decorated for an order. Fortunately for Moi, there were three extra, and I … More Thursday Special: Curves.
I would like for some of my more theologically savvy readers to pop over to Mel’s spot, read the thread while it is still up and drop him a line or two. And correct any of my errors as well as he seems to think I am way off the mark. Appreciate it. Ark. … More Oh for gods’ sake!
There is nothing like hearing then seeing and managing to photograph a species you have not seen before. To capture two species within the space of fifteen minutes is something really special. Male Black-Backed Puffback. Female Thick-Billed Weaver I photographed these two this afternoon. Both were high up and the Puffback was hopping about … More Watch the Birdy
Ladybird racing around the Garden Nurburgring. Ark.
Yay! Whole Lotta shaking, going on!
Catherine. 2016. For Paula’s Thursday Special over at Lost in translation
Cape Robin Chat. 8/6/17
Probably the oldest thing I own! For Paula’s Traces of the Past
Flower Crab Spider on Cosmos Photographed 2016 For Paula’s Thursday Special over at Lost in translation
My eyes are not the sharpest at the best of times and from where I was this looked little more than a blurry blob among the upper branches of the neighbour’s tree. I knew it was a bird, but because of all the dappled shade I could not make out details until I fetched the … More Hoopoe: Feathers on Friday
Seems to be a favorite perch for the robin and once again, a fortunate shot for me! 8/6/17 Ark
The Moon sits atop a bank of pollution at it rises above the M2 highway over the Eastern suburbs of Johannesburg. 8th June 17:38. Ark. Pop over to Paula’s spot to see some excellent interpretations of this weeks’ theme @ Lost in translation