Is it snowing yet? Brussels. 2013.
Ministry of Fashion. Washington DC. 2015. (I hear they are tougher than Homeland)
Minette in Kenya. c. 1969.
Synagoga. Notre-Dame-de-Paris. This sculpture on the façade of the Cathedral supposedly represents Judaism. It stands right to Ecclesia, the Church.
Flamingoes. Lake Hannington-Baringo, Kenya. c.1969.
Paris. 2015. How many angels have you seen today?
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.
Grand-Place, Brussels. A marvel of ancient European architecture.
Baby chameleon. In the garden, Nairobi, Kenya. c.1967.
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? 😉
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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