Old gentleman with a sore knee in the making!
Originally posted on Flickr Comments:
Today, on International Women’s Day, as a father of two daughters, I want to mention that I’m sad that in some countries women are treated without respect. My two daughters, grown up, with children, yet have the ability to unfold professionally: one is a banker in Munich, the other doctorate architect in Berlin.
photo above: my daughter, Dr. B.F., takes a break, singing for the kids…
The seemingly largest disregard vs. women maybe is currently in India, so once again my link to the women’s rights activist Rita Banerji in Calcutta:
flickrcomments: on India’s gendercide of women
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Originally posted on The World Is a Book…:
For various post themes in 2013, I acknowledged three remarkable women. Coincidentally, their great contributions are spread in three different fields–Madame Curie in the sciences, Ping Fu in computer technology, and Malala Yousafzai in education and they are from different generations and continents. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="7999,8000,8001"] Marie Curie (1867…
I do not have a camera that can bring the moon nearer.
I moved the camera while taking the following photos.
Looks cool to me!
Sunday Post was
This bottle of wine is unique.
It is still sealed and it is going to stay like that as far as I am concerned.
My beautiful model Sarah who I used as model for my photography course in
Did not have time to do this one last week.
I have taken these photos last year in August already.
They are so cute.
These “cows” were very interested in what I was doing.
They kept on looking up and around the tree trunk.
Kept me in the eye all the time.
Barns in Black and White
Die kind was lief vir nalekokers vang
Bloues, en rooies, en miskien ook geles
Groot aardigheid ril deur sy lyf
Vannie bewe vannie nalekokerlyf
Ou man staan by donkerrooi blom
Ligrooi nalekoker op donkerroooi blom
Ou man steek hand uit
Bewe, tas mis
Hy lag verleë vryf sy nek
Die mense sal mos dink hy’s gek
Nalekoker, daggaroker, moerskwaai moker
Dissie wind dissie wind geswind
Hiert jou nalekoker
Woorde en Musiek: Boerneef/ Laurika Rauch
New Zealand’s largest dragonfly, Uropetala carovei, is often seen in summer near bush streams and swamps. Dragonflies are strong flyers and hunt smaller flying insects for food.