Anyone who thinks there is no difference between Democrats and Republicans is simply not paying attention. It was that kind of thinking that got both Donald Trump and George W. Bush elected—the two worst presidents in American history. If it wasn’t for Ralph Nader siphoning off votes, Bush would have lost to Al Gore. If […]
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Month: June 2018
Marty’s photo of the day #2585: Caribou in the Marty’s photo of the day #2585: Caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. .
Hi! Republican Jesus here. I just want to tell all you liberals out there to stop the Capital Gazette shooting blame game. Just because Saint Donny has proclaimed mainstream media the “enemy of the American People” and rails about them on Twitter and at his MAGA ego-enhancement rallies, it does not mean that he is […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2584: I’m not sure what to say about this shot. It’s a grasshopper. He’s big. He probably eats cars at night, Cadillacs, Lincolns too, Mercurys and Subarus, and he don’t stop. . . . Oh, never mind. I’m just stuck on an old Blondie song.
Marty’s photo of the day #2583: I was flipping through my photo files this morning, trying to decide what to post, when I came across this shot. Several years ago, I helped with an after school program at the Stevensville, Montana library. The kids are holding Eve, my seven-foot-long rainbow boa. Most were touching a […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2581: I love optical illusion shots. This photo, which I took at Bear Creek Falls on Sunday, isn’t digitally manipulated. My son, Sean, is not casually taking a picture while standing in rushing water. It just looks that way.
Marty’s photo of the day #2580: Yesterday we had visitors from Minnesota: my brother-in-law, Cal, and my niece, Celeste. We did the traditional visitors-from-out-of -state hike up to Bear Creek Falls. The river was roaring, and Celeste promptly climbed out on the dead tree that our son used to climb out on. That tree has […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2579: Here’s a pronghorn that I photographed in really nice light in Wyoming. Pronghorns can run 53 MPH, making them the second fastest land animal in the world (cheetahs are the fastest).
Marty’s photo of the day #2578: I took this shot at the Great Salt Lake. The bird is an American Avocet and in the background is its dinner of brine flies.
Marty’s photo of the day #2576: One advantage I have over other science-fiction writers is that before switching to fiction, I wrote two nonfiction eco-travel books that took me to all seven continents and numerous islands. Even fiction writers write what they know. So in Time Is Irreverent, when Marty Mann and Nellie Dixon went […]
One thing I find disturbing about Republicans is how they can’t let their hate for Hillary Clinton go away. Think about it: After Barack Obama beat John McCain and Mitt Romney, liberals basically forgot about the two defeated Republicans and moved on. But since Republicans apparently believe that hate is a Christian value, they just […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2575: I photographed this poison dart frog in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru. Those are tadpoles on his back. And yes, the frog is most likely a “he.” In most, but not all, cases it is the male that has the baby-carrying duties.
Marty’s photo of the day #2574: I took this photo while canoeing on the Arctic Ocean during the ice breakup. Later, shortly after stepping on land, the wind picked up. I got off the water just in time!
Marty’s photo of the day #2573: This morning (well, actually several years ago) we head to Southern France and find a waterfall in the Pyrenees.
Marty’s photo of the day #2572: I’m on backup internet service this weekend. Because I live in the trees at the foot of a mountain, my internet options are limited. The only company (other than satellite and Verizon) that reaches me is SpeedConnect. Basically they shoot 40 miles down the Bitterroot Valley from Missoula and […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2571: Here’s an extreme close-up of a walking stick in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru.
Marty’s photo of the day #2569: Today we go to Costa Rica and look up at a howler monkey mother and child.