Art Anderson
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Previously known as 'ArtnScience' I am an Art-Loving, Scientist, Physician and Ethicist whose research, professional and personal interests are paired with a love of travel. I love going almost anywhere in the world, especially places where I can travel like a local resident and meet people. Lately, I travel by bicycle after getting to where I want my journey to begin. My camera helps me remember friends I make, local architecture and terrain through which I pass. I love all kinds of artistic endeavor; and, I enjoy painting, drawing and learning about Art History and Architecture. My combined interest in Art and Science made logical my web identity as **ArtnScience**. Leonardo Da Vinci is my personal hero. His scientific interests were as earth-shaking as was his art. Da Vinci's life personified Art & Science.

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Hi Nick, Thanks. I am glad this silly bird amused you. Unlike Herons, Sandhill cranes stand their ground. This gave me plenty of time to set up a shot like this. His posture actually meant, take one more step toward me and I'll show you what this beak was made for. ;-) Best regards. -Art

Excellent framed!
Kind regards, René

Nick If you travel to St. Petersburg Florida, he'll be there waiting for you to bring him some taco chips. ;-) -Art

Nick, Thanks for the YSL. The zebra thinks it funny that people walk around with funny boxes that click and have glass in front. They aren't good to eat! Best regards. -Art


Das ist Qualität


ysl Manfred


ein super Schuss


ysl Manfred

MATIM!! My friend!! Long time no see!? I am so happy to see you here! :-))))

The Sami language? No, it is way too different from Norwegian :(

(Norwegian: Germanic language, Sami: Uralic language)

Красивое фото! F+L C наилучшими пожеланиями, Fen

juncujuncu, bine ai venit la CFP din februarie 2016!

Hi Nick, Thanks for commenting on these remarkable cattle. They are not related to Texas Longhorn Cattle. Rather, they are direct descendants of of the criollo-type breeds originally brought to the American South by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th century. They are named for the Florida "Cracker" culture in which they are kept. Florida Crackers are one of the oldest and rarest breeds of cattle in United States. They are a small, long horned breed that quickly adapted to the Florida landscape and have long been prized for their resistance to parasites and other hardy traits.

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