Tagged: birds

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

Weekly photo #20

Twenty, wow, and we’re in what week 40-summat. Well, better than last year I suppose :) This is one of the swans on the canal near where I live, went down to feed them in the cold weather yesterday and took...

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

2010 #10

Good lord, week ten already. And I’ve missed some… this year is flying by

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

2010 #3

Over the winter I’ve been putting out food for the birdses. I usually don’t get to see them enjoy it as by the time I’m home from work it is getting dark and they are all home for the night. But...

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

2009 #8

I’m pretty sure that this is a moorhen. The photo was taken on St. Patrick’s day, doesn’t it look nice and sunny! Usually we get rain for the parade. Don’t forget to click through for the big version

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

Photo-graphia-whatnot

Remember my last T13, where I listed stuff that I wanted. Well, there was a reason I didn’t mention a camera, as I had just gone and ordered one. A Fuji Finepix S5600 to be precise. And it arrived yesterday afternoon,...

Default fox is the defaults - Image taken from page 40 of 'Travels in Africa during the years 1875-1878 (1879-1883-1882-1886) ... from The British Library

The most important thing to remember about drunks is that drunks are far more intelligent than non-drunks. They spend a lot of time talking in pubs, unlike workaholics who concentrate on their careers and ambitions, who never develop their higher spiritual values, who never explore the insides of their head like a drunk does.

So who was it that taught pigeons to play chicken then? They can’t have come up with that nonsensical approach to life themselves can they? I mean, I know they’ve always been a bold and fearless[1] species, what with their belief...