These guys like to let you know when the dogs get into their territory! Taken with my Panasonic point-and-shoot camera, no tripod.
As we approached the little zoo in Atlántida, a large songbird dive-bombed Benji in the road. Twice (he might well have caught it a third time). This has never happened before. Too quick to get a picture. A block later, Benji suddenly ran behind a car parked at the zoo, and a goose loudly launched itself into relative safety inside the short chainlink fence. This has never happened before. Too quick to get a picture. (Why are the geese outside their pen?) On the way…Continue Reading “A lively walk”
After the drab weather in Lima, we were promised, as we headed south, that 15 minutes outside of Paracas, we’d be drenched in sunlight. Alas, didn’t happen. Blame El Niño. Besides the skulls, when in Paracas a boat trip to the Ballestas Islands is a must. On the way, you pass the Paracas Candelabra, a rather remarkable carving on the Paracas Peninsula that barely shows up when there’s no sun, despite intense photo manipulation. Then on to the islands. And birds. Not all of them…Continue Reading “Isals Ballestas, Paracas, Peru”
A seal, dead. A gull, alive. Able to spread its wings but didn’t stand up. No explanation for either.
The more you watch and listen to guinea fowl, the less sense they seem to make ….