Does anyone know what these are? They go crunch-crunch when you step on them.
Hello World, It has been some time since my last ‘real’ post. In between, I have been to Ethiopia. Rest assured, I will be ranting about my trip along with my other rants. (Feel free to rant back at me!) But before that, I thought I’d get into the groove of blogging again by providing this … More Travel and a goat
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I took this picture back in 2005 (as you can see from the photo – I know I’m lazy, I should photoshop that out), and for the life of me I can’t remember the name of those birds nor where I took the photo. I know it is north of Auckland, New Zealand. On the coast, … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged
Water loves to pass through limestone, and much of New Zealand’s north island is made of limestone. And guess what? New Zealand gets a healthy amount of rainfall. One day, while touring about on the state highway between Whakapara and Kawakawa, we stopped to rest the overheated car we were driving. I happened to see … More Photo Weekly Challenge: Through
We’ve gotten a lot of rain lately, prompting various critters to come out and play. This particular snail had an unusual goal, the roof. And wouldn’t you know it, I just cleaned the windows. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual (mothergrogan.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual (mikehardisty.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual (elspethc.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Unusual Kritter
One of the amazing things about working in wildland fire is the landscapes produced by such a powerful elemental. Fire has long been a part of our western landscapes as an agent of change. Sometimes the change is subtle, but in the case where people are involved, that change can be drastic. In the Sierra … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Jeffrey Pine Contrast