On a warm summer day in my home town I took my son-in-law PJ to favorite place, Rattlesnake Creek, one of the many canyons in the front side of the Santa Ynez mountains. I have walked this creek many times,
Big Sur Safari
It has been a few months since I gave a safari report. It is not that I have not had any in that time. It is more that I have been too busy with my new business and my safaris
When it comes to vehicular safety, be careful what you wish for.
I have returned home. I have uploaded some more pictures. I have a lot of catching up to do at home so more narrative will have to wait. The pictures have captions. http://picasaweb.google.com/rwbrown900/OnTheWayToWork http://picasaweb.google.com/rwbrown900/AroundMyHotel http://picasaweb.google.com/rwbrown900/Buildings http://picasaweb.google.com/rwbrown900/Miscellaneous Thanks for following my
Bannerghatta National Park
Here are a few pictures from my weekend safari. The Park is a zoo with many creatures in cages, lots of monkies running free, lots of people and some “wild” animals in forested paddocks that you can tour in rickety
Not so good Monkey Movie
This is all the video I have from my encounter with a troupe of monkeys in the coffee plantation in Chikmangalur. As they appeared high in the trees above us, my camera battery died. I squeezed a little bit of
More pics from India
Sunday Drive in Rural India
Bangalore city driving is interesting. Vehicles of all shapes and sizes move like a school of mixed fish species. Honking means something different than in the US. It means “Here I come. Get out of the way.” Drivers do not
In the spirit of Infinite Regression, I saw one this weekend. A stairway landing with a giant mirror on each side, facing each other. Look in one and see yourself reflected infinitely deep as your image bounces off the other.