DIBNLIB – I didn’t see a fish. I must check back!
During last weekend’s visit to Little People I delivered an old scrapbook I found when decluttering. I also talked about my visit in 2008 to Kingussie Wildlife Park. Today, to keep in touch with them, I emailed 3 photos I had taken of a bison, markhor & snowy owl. Here is the email Dau has just sent:-
Hi Gran, Great pictures! "There was a European bison in your scrap book." "I love those twisty horns." "Hey did Gran take these pictures? [Yes.]" "There's a feather in the background too." "Le'me see!" "Can we look at the scrap book for bedtime story again? [Yes.]"
Annette and anyone interested: Here's the Antelope Valley, California poppy bloom photographed from space. There's a full gallery if you click on the arrows to see more. (It's on Weather.com and is safe.)
Lindy: Here are Himalayan Blue Poppies. I thought you might like them. (It's a Facebook page and is safe, according to my security software.)
Diane: Thanks for the photos of the poppies. We haven't heard Word 1 about the California bloom this year. I checked and the Landsat 8 satellite that took the photos is 438 miles up! The Himalayan poppies are gorgeous and such a delicate color....
In reply to aquilareen:
Another example of Evolution in Action (from the LA Times): Police were called to investigate a party where more than 100 people had gathered. They heard a gunshot and found that one of the attendees had accidentally shot himself in the groin.... I really mustn't, I really mustn't, but ..... :-)
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