Monthly Archives: July 2018


Along the river banks in Peru, I took these photos of the Capybara, the world’s largest rodent. I’ve always had a soft spot for these guys; they are a favorite food of the Anaconda. TATTOO—Journeys on My Mind by Tina Marie

Posted in Wildlife

Take Me There

Would there be a time machine to give me more seasons. Though I have been diligent, resolute is the passing time. ♠♦♣♥ Yet to watch the lemurs dance, find my way to Easter Island, spot the whales off Tonga’s coast,

Posted in Thinking Travel

Festival Dance

Good timing in Puno, Peru! By chance, I happened upon a lively and colorful church festival. It was mid morning and I was walking around the town center once more, before moving on to a new destination.   From the

Posted in World Glimpses

Lycian Footprint

I quite enjoyed George Roux’ book, Ancient Iraq, about the history of that geographic area from roughly 3000 BC to 500 BC.  Since reading that book, ancient art sections of art museums have been much more exciting.  Art and sculpture from

Posted in Just for Fun