Here’s a few more previous spider-related posts. And some previous posts on bugs, if you’re interested. P
Here is a somewhat grizzly series of photos depicting the aftermath of what appears to be an elephant having been recently hit by a train and subsequently stripped of its […]
Any thoughts on what species of Manzanita this is?
A confusing photo I took in Austria, about a month ago.
I happened upon this bright yellow clog boat while walking around Amsterdam last week. Here’s a close-up photo. Looks like fun, kind of a cross between a kayak and a […]
In the photo below you see the fortified village of Vatheia, located on the Mani Peninsula in Southern Peloponnesia, Greece. Note the towers. This tower architecture sets Mani apart from […]
I took this a few days ago in Mani, Southern Peloponnesia, Greece. Click here for previous posts related to Greece.
Photos of Olives in Mani, Greece. Mani is in the Southern most tip of Peloponnese where, in ancient Greece, it was believed lay the entrance to Hades—in a cave at […]
Below are photos of an olive press in Mani, Southern Peloponnese, Greece. The area is known for producing the best extra virgin olive oil in the world, soft-pressed from partially […]
Click photo to enlarge. Follow link to additional posts on Baobab (Adansonia digitata).
Baobab. This is the most widespread of the Adansonia species. I took these photos on the Kenyan coast. Other common names for Baobab include: boab, boaboa, bottle tree, upside-down tree, […]
I don’t see any info on this species on the internet (there are other Cytorchis species listed), however this is the species name given to me by the friend whose […]
Ancistrochilus thomsonianus is one of two species in the Ancistrochilus genus. The name is derived from the Greek words ankistron (“hook”) and cheilos (“lip”), referring to the form of the […]