You can see the beautiful design better in this one. @eleumne
New earrings from @eleumne
Zöe & Karma just finished swimming, getting ready to go home.
Hens & chicks, a nice succulent that’s easy to grow.
Dianthus is another that I like. I have them growing in containers on my deck. In Georgia I planted them in the yard.
A different hibiscus on my deck. Yes I really like them, this color in particular. It was a birthday present from Habibi.
An image of Indian chiefs and U.S. officials. 1. Two Strike. 2. Crow Dog. 3. Short Bull. 4. High Hawk. 5. Two Lance. 6. Kicking Bear. 7. Good Voice. 8. Thunder Hawk. 9. Rocky Bear. 10. Young Man Afraid of His Horse. 11. American Horse. 12. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). 13. Maj. J.M. Burk. 14. J.C. Craiger. 15. J. McDonald. 16. J.G. Worth. Taken at Pine Ridge, Jan. 16, ‘91. It was taken in 1891 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer.
The picture shows Group of Euro-American and Lakota (Brule, Miniconjou, and Oglala) men standing and sitting in two rows in front of tipis; men in front are holding a NY World pennant which is obscured by captioned names of the sitters.
"I’d rather be weird as shit than be boring as hell."
"Their intelligence. Elephants understand that ivory is the reason they’re being killed. There are very, very few big bulls with big ivory left in the world, and the two or three still in Tsavo have become nocturnal. I’ve seen a bull with big tusks by the road turn his back, trying to hide the ivory."
What’s the biggest misconception people have about elephants?
Daphne Sheldrick, interview in TIME Magazine, June 4, 2012
Blackberries from the yard. Not bad for 20 minutes of work.