Marty’s photo of the day #3119: “No it’s not unfair, and it’s not a witch hunt. Sooner or later you’re going to have to come down and face the big Karma bear. I’ll wait.”
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Month: December 2019
Marty’s photo of the day #3118: I did some of the photography for Deb Essen’s book, Easy Weaving with Supplemental Warps. When her publisher requested outdoor shots, she and I headed to a Forest Service cabin in southern Montana for a weekend photo shoot. While many of the photos from that weekend made the book, […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3117: Damn! I was trying to photograph this swift, and a bald eagle got in the way, screwing up my focus and everything. (Photographed in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana)
Marty’s photo of the day #3116: I had to dig deep for this photo, taken when I was still using a film camera. This moose spent a year or more hanging around our house. That’s one of my favorite things about living in Montana. Deb and I built our house here in 1996, and we […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3115: “Uh-ho! The elk have spotted me!” I took this photograph in my front yard, during the month of May. The elk look a bit scraggly because they were in the midst of losing their winter coats.
Marty’s photo of the day #3114: Here’s a scenic shot, taken in northern British Columbia. The lakes up there are so beautiful!
Marty’s photo of the day #3113: It’s always tough deciding what to post on Christmas. Should I go with an animal or scenic shot, or should I find something more in the spirit of the day? Religion aside, I love touring the old Catholic Churches in Europe because the art inside them can be stunning, […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3111: “I know windmills very much. I have studied it better than anybody.”—Donald Trump, IMPOTUS Trump’s latest moronic statement sent me searching through my photos for this picture of my very yellow rental car next to a newly built windmill blade. I took the photo when I performed “Around the […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3110: This is a marine toad (also called a cane toad) that I photographed in Puerto Rico. These large toads are native to South America and have been introduced to places like Puerto Rico and Australia, where they have created havoc. It’s not the toads’ fault, of course, it’s the […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3109: One night, I hiked through the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, which is located in the rainforest of Borneo. I heard a noise and discovered these two escapees. The rehabilitation center takes in orangutans that have been displaced or injured due to the ripping down of rainforests in favor of […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3108: Under all of this vegetation is one of the smaller unnamed pools in Mana Pool National Park. It’s also great place for snakes and young crocodiles to hang out. (Photographed in Zimbabwe)
Now that Donald Trump has been impeached, reporters in the legitimate media pretty much agree that Republican senators will ignore their oath to “do impartial justice” and quickly acquit the Oval Office Sociopath of his crimes against America. But what if Republican politicians actually believed in the tenets of Christianity rather than just using it […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3107: Yellowstone National Park is at its best when you get out of the car and hike away from the crowds.
Marty’s photo of the day #3105: I’m not totally sure what species this hawk is, because I couldn’t find a perfect match in books or on the internet. I’m going with red-shouldered hawk, but if you have a better suggestion, let me know. (Photographed in Montana)
Marty’s photo of the day #3103: Throughout our marriage, Deb and I have done some crazy things on the spur of the moment—from suddenly deciding to move to Montana to suddenly deciding to travel all seven continents for my first book—but one of the craziest happened the night I introduced Deb to the Dutch band […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3102: When Deb and I were in Spain and France, working on my first book, Cool Creatures, Hot Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents, we had great luck finding walled cities and old abandoned castles that we could get inside to explore with no other humans in sight. When we were […]
Marty’s photo of the day #3101: A year ago this week, Deb and I were in Italy. In this photo we are standing in L’Arena di Verona, the fourth largest coliseum in Italy. It was built in the first century, and it’s actually older than the more famous coliseum in Rome. Imagine if such coliseums […]