It is amazing that you can find circles in Mother Nature too!
Here are two examples of circular lily leaves you find in nature.
The first one was taken in Botswana. It shows a few big leaves floating on the water.
The second one is more stunning. The picture was taken in Hokkaido, Japan.
It shows thousands of lily leaves floating on the water!
The holiday season has meant that I am unable to spend much time on blogging.
The photo was taken by my sister-in-law in Botswana.
It shows a gathering of elephants.
They are quite intelligent and sometimes have grudges against people.
I will say it again – the recent themes of DP Photo Challenge are difficult to tackle.
I find it hard to come up with photos which fit the theme.
This week’s challenge is Gathering.
Here is a photo showing a gathering of horned buffaloes.
The photo was taken by my sister-in-law while travelling in Botswana, Africa.
Lately, some of the themes in the DP Weekly photo are somewhat difficult to make a contribution.
So, I have been missing out on some of the challenges.
This week’s challenge is Eye Spy. I can’t find anything suitable and therefore have changed this to Eyes.
These are the most interesting and beautiful eyes being photographed – they are from a baby in Botswana.
Picture taken by my sister-in-law to whom credit is due.
This week’s DP photo challenge is Extra(ordinary).
I must admit that Extraordinary is quite subjective.
Here is an image of a scorpion taken in Zimbabwe.
Isn’t it extraordinary?
It seems to be in an attacking mode or it is just frightened?
I get lots of inspiration from waterfalls.
They inspire me to think deep and appreciate the greatness of the Creator.
You can find many of them in my blog.
Here is a picture of a part of Victoria falls taken by my sister-in-law during her trip to Botswana.
I like the rugged rocks too!
Wild animals inspire us to think about the greatness of Nature.
Lion is supposed to be the king of wild animals.
We have been hearing about lions being killed in Africa.
Please stop killing them!
PS The picture was taken by my sister-in-law Jennie while travelling in Botswana.