Is this what they mean by - "don't lose your head while others around stay calm"!? :¬)
Thank you for adding a much appreciated compliment, Finn.
Kind regards to you also. ~ David.
Yes Boris, there's no mistaking the smell of cordite, and those ancient 'pop guns' produce a surprisingly loud report, though I'm told they weren't
The doodah (doohickey) on his hip must be a big improvement for him, it sure must beat frantically waving coloured flags around! :)
Grins, and a good slap on the back. ~ :D
The piano-tuner did a good job, Antje, and it sounds great now... Trio for piano, cloud and airplane :)
Tough and fierce on the outside for sure, but you know people better than that Antje:)
What a fascinating, funny, and educational story, David!
Hope it didn't come to the sad finale - evidently the monkey is as alive in your fine picture, as the other participants :)
Glad, time have changed to the better for all involved...
As always your stories are 'more fun than a barrel of monkeys' - keep them coming!
Very best of them light-hearted greetings - B.
The summer feast is almost over - not much left on the table in terms of colors and sweetness...
This yarrow (also known as gordaldo, nosebleed plant, old man's pepper, devil's nettle, sanguinary, milfoil, soldier's woundwort, thousand-leaf, and thousand-sea) is 'nothing to sneeze at', and maybe is just what's needed to get ready for tougher times :)
It came out very gentle and sunny, Antje - nice tribute to the hard-working bee and this warm and caressing 'Light of summer'!
**Marlene & JLuis. Thank you both for your comments. I am very pleased that you liked the angled shot of this huge 'spider's web' of ropes.
Greetings in return. ~ :D
Thanks Amelia, glad you like it the same way i did! Greets, Ed
Thank you very much, Roger, for the nice and kind comment. Glad you like this picture.