Have you ever taken the Meyers-Briggs personality types based on Carl Jung’s archetypes? It’s very interesting and there’s many different versions of the same, this one equating each type with an animal. As you may have guessed, I am supposedly a dolphin being an ENFP….what animal are you?
One of a series of photographs that exemplifies the goodness of mankind. Nothing to do with beautiful Scotland for a change and normal service will resume, but in the meantime, pause to appreciate global beauty…
A villager carrying stranded kittens to dry land during flooding in Cuttack City, India.
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Following tonight’s earlier post about Ardnamurchan, and how much I’m looking forward to my visit there, I’m also looking forward to seeing the wildlife. This remote, western corner of Britain is also the habitat of an endangered species, the European Brown Spiked Egghog. I’ll have my camera ready, and if I’m very lucky, I might see one.
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One more before the day is done, this for Mr. Mings and his weekend tribute to the cat free zone. What’s not to love about a black faced sheep? Actually, they are not nearly as loveable when they wander into your abode, as one lamb did on a quiet morning while I sipped my tea. I found it standing in the middle of the coffee table, no doubt wondering about the odd grass underfoot, the strange slippery, flat hillock, and in all that strangeness, it left me some dark appreciation before joining its flock.
Goat kids playing with a Heilan Coo
I cannot resist the pure dead brilliance of the goat.