Even after two years, I still struggle on every post. 🙂 No matter what the subject is, even when my text is already written or the images “tailored”, selecting, sorting, formatting, reviewing, never takes me less than two hours. (I will get therapy). So I’ve decided to make an experiment, with a new format: “Pot-pourri”, a random selection of pictures. Let’s see if the format pleases you my dear readers. And hopefully takes me a tad less time. 😉
“Dead end”. Street art, Florence, Italy. 2014
Finance on the walk. Mexico city, 2015.
The statues were placed on a street near my house, by a financial asset management fund, which later went broke, after a major swindle. The company’s long gone, every one seems to have forgotten about the statues…
#Stay alive. Street art in Camden town. London. Fabulous. July 2015.
“La danse” by Carpeaux. Façade of the Opera-Garnier in Paris. 1868. (The sculpture)
Washington DC. May last year.
“OMG”. Street art, Mexico city in the Historical Centre district.
“On the prowl”. Amboseli, Kenya, 1968-69.
This lioness was alone, not usual among lions who tend who hunt in packs. We followed her for a while. Blessed times when we were the only car around (Yes. Car. Not foot. Do not ever get out of the car. Or open up your window. Never ever). She seemed to be stalking something. Watched. Trotted. Watched again and moved along. It was the small rainy season in Kenya. Around April. The dirt roads were mud roads. We’d gotten stuck in the mud like ten time already. She was the first significant game we saw that day. And last, except for a couple of elephants.
Amboseli National Park is close to the Tanzania border and offers spectacular views of the Kilimandjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain; we were rewarded with some the following days. ‘will share soon.
Text, photos etc. (c) yours truly.
Have a lovely week-end.