Animals are always as important to me as people, no matter where. Murik Lakes New Guinea 1983. From Rabaul our ship took us to Garove Island. Spirit house at Garove Island. After the adventure of the fire dancing, things were much more light-hearted. At Nagada we were entertained by these cheerful lads pounding on bamboo … Continue reading Sepik River
If starting over were an option, one thing I would pay a whole lot more attention to would be light and the way it manifests in the natural world. This would have been a better photograph if I could have gone outside to take it, but see... ..one can't disturb the dear deer! Not that … Continue reading Red owl ?
My dad was a strange man. If you've been reading my blog, you have most likely already formed that opinion. He was an only child that survived the Spanish flu' at the end of WWI. The Spanish flu' became his favourite thing to talk about toward the end. My dad blamed many of the shortcomings … Continue reading Smithy’s Christmas cards