The Great Disappearing Act

‘Creepy’ has many meanings but in the context of this Weekly Photo Challenge I had the sudden association with people who walk away in the middle of a conversation. Yes there are people like that. And, strange enough, not always because of the subject does not interest them; sometimes they come back on that during …

Perspective

β€œIt is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.” ― George Eliot.

Late lunch in the tree

No very appropriate on top of the previous post (subject wise, I mean) but this is what I just witnessed. So I keep it to thumbnails you can enlarge if you want. Pity I don’t have an 800 mm lens… thus the pictures are severely cropped; another reason for thumbnails … πŸ˜‰ BTW the predator …

It’s a Cactus

From Mexico is the Pelecyphora asceliformis. There is no common name for this cactus as far as I know. But I do know that it grows (very slowly; this is a 12 yrs old one grown from seed) in our garden. Ideal subject for B&W photography.

Nguni cattle

There is not much literature about the African Nguni cattle. But there is this book “The Abundant Herds – a celebration to the Nguni cattle of the Zulu people” that’s worthwhile to read and is well illustrated. Written and illustrated by Marguerite Poland, David Hammond and Leigh Voigt and partly based on the study of …

The ruin

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Most probably it once was a house build a few hundred years ago. It also could have been a church. Anyhow it’s now a photo subject….