Monthly Archives: October 2010

A friend invited me to spend Saturday afternoon with her in northern Ky, where there are a number of Amish farms scattered around the Matoon area. So Jordan and I drove down after ballet to visit a couple farms to dig up mums for our porch, buy apple butter, pear honey and lots of pumpkins. […]

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Beware the Raukurs!!! Watch out honey… These horrific statuesque stone formations look real enough to do harm. A string of such rocks exist on the coast of a tiny island. Where in the world is it?  Be the first to correctly guess the name the island where this photo was captured to be entered into […]

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In northeastern Namibia, Bushmen are permitted to hunt as they have for centuries…with spears and poison-tipped arrows. One morning we followed them on an actual hunt, not knowing how long we’d be out, as all excursions depend, of course, on the game. It was interesting to watch them, as they really do not talk much. […]

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Icelandic photographer, guide, pilot and all around good guy Haukur Snorrason – “Hawk” – in the ruined fuselage of a WWII US Navy plane on a black sand beach in Iceland.

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