Your Daily Word Prompt: Gambol

WordPress’s Your Daily Prompt’s word for today is gambol. Miriam-Webster’s definition is (verb) to skip about in play. Synomyms are frisk, frolic. In Tanzania, we watched the gamboling of a mother cheetah and her cub. Watching these two play (always instigated by the cub, of course!) was the most pleasurable half hour of the safari!

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CFFC: Point and Click!

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is cameras or photographers. Usually I take pictures of people taking pictures while traveling – after all, that seems to be when most people take out their cameras, from cellphones to sophisticated SLRs. I got a new camera and a new haircut right before our Baltic cruise. In March-April, […]

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Kwaheri*, Tanzania!

Feb. 13, 2018 Our last day in Tanzania was spent in transit. We had a nice breakfast at Ang’ata Camp and bid farewell to the staff. A group photo was taken, while the drivers packed the vehicles with our luggage. We were headed toward the Serengeti NP Visitors’ Center and the airport, where we would […]

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WPC: Prolific Wildlife

Some synonyms for prolific are:  fruitful, abundant, bountiful.  If you want to see bountiful, prolific wildlife, I would recommend an African safari! Here are some examples of Tanzania’s prolific wildlife:       WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Prolific  

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CB&WPC: Old

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is People or Objects Over 50. Two years ago, we had several rooms in our house renovated. The walls had to be stripped of wallpaper. One of the things the painters uncovered was this old doorbell, installed in the 1940s or possibly earlier. Since I am over […]

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