Pot-Pourri numéro dix

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Is it snowing yet? Brussels. 2013.

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Ministry of Fashion. Washington DC. 2015. (I hear they are tougher than Homeland)

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Minette in Kenya. c. 1969.

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Synagoga. Notre-Dame-de-Paris. This sculpture on the façade of the Cathedral supposedly represents Judaism. It stands right to Ecclesia, the Church.

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Flamingoes. Lake Hannington-Baringo, Kenya. c.1969.

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Paris. 2015. How many angels have you seen today?

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Frog. Lacandon rain forest, Chiapas, Mexico.

That frog is harmless. Perfectly camouflaged. Don’t pick up any frog in the rain forest, especially if they wear bright red, green or yellow colours: they’re likely to be extremely poisonous. Always mind your local guide.

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Grand-Place, Brussels. A marvel of ancient European architecture.

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Baby chameleon. In the garden, Nairobi, Kenya. c.1967.

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Siesta. Ngorongoro crater. Tanzania. c.1970.

Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania is the only place in the world – that I know of – where lions climb in trees for siesta. Mostly lionesses or young lions. Male lions are too heavy. And lazy? 😉

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Street performer.  Usaquén neighbourhood. Bogotá. 2012.

Usaquén was a small pretty little town north of Bogotá. As Bogotá extended north, it swallowed Usaquén, now a pleasant area with art fair on sundays, street performers, and great food.

Thank you for traveling with Equinoxio. Have a lovely week.

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49 thoughts on “Pot-Pourri numéro dix

    • 🙂 I’d forgotten about the baby chameleon until I scanned old negatives. This one had never been developed. It was shorter than my little finger. 🙂 There were many chameleons – some with horns – on the tree in front of my window. I could spend hours watching them. Did no good to my studying though. 😉

      • Anyway, it’s nice that you could see one close and study him. I saw them only in pictures, at tv, or at aquariums or zoo 🙂

  1. Lovely collection. I cannot imagine stumbling upon those cats in the tree! And I love how you take photos of strange signs and sayings that clearly amuse you. I do the same thing.

  2. Amazing pictures! First of all, your kitty. I already told my daughter that I am considering a trip to Kenya to buy her a cat.
    The lake looks beautiful. I am always impressed by the way the birds can navigate and never bump into each other. I just can imagine have magnificent the place looks when all the birds take off.
    Frogs have always been my favorites, and the baby chameleon is a sweetheart.
    Thank you for sharing! I was away from computer because of my eye problems.

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