- gardening consultant
- Waterloo, Belgium
|25 Sep '07 4:45 am|
And how nice to meet Shelley!! She looks so happy in the photo!! But , what I also liked in your previous posts, is that animals come close to humans, being not afraid to ask for food! How I would love to be me in that lovely photo...No, I do not think I would be afraid...Mark gave me a loud lough with his post, ...because rationally speaking he is SO very right...
I also LOVED the photo where various animals are shown all together! And that lovely blue pond with the lilies and the ..."croc" -- I said to myself, "what on earth is croc here"...And he swims ...so gracefully in the pond...I mean the crocodile....
Well, what an experience , Jack!! Unforgetable, non?? Being really with THEM! Smelling the air and the scents they smell! Listening their voices for real! Experiencing their REAL wildlife environment, NOT on TV....REAL! What a blessing! But everything around seems so very..tree-less.. Is it always, everywhere like this, or just Kruger ??...Because, you live in a tree-ful land...How is it possible that the landscape changes SO dramatically...Temperatures, maybe ?
PS. And, when I submitted my text, I saw the lions!! Glorious!! How exciting!! Glorious posts , Jack!! I mean ALL these African Wildlife posts of yours!! THANK YOU!!!
"..So,perhaps, it is easiest, through awareness of flowers in particular, of their radiant beauty and purity, their vibrant colour, to come to the excellence of the One and be uplifted beyond thought to our divine selves".Dorothy Maclean