“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” ~Mahatma Gandhi
I take too many photographs when I travel. That’s the truth! Yet, when I review the photos I take, they all tell a story than I will remember. Cuba and Mexico had delightful birds, dogs, cats, reptiles, and other creatures. Surprisingly, they all appeared to be in good health and well fed…not like the animals we see in Nicaragua.
For TheWeeklyPhotoChallenge: This week, we want to see photos that focus on one thing. Here is my interpretation of “On the First Day of Christmas” Nicaraguan style. Instead of “On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree: “On the first day of Christmas Nicaragua gave to me….
“Most people want to be circled by safety, not by the unexpected. The unexpected can take you out. But the unexpected can also take you over and change your life. Put a heart in your body where a stone used to be.” ― Ron Hall
We are in the states for Ron’s mother’s celebration of life. The day of Jane’s celebration of life, we were greeted with unexpected surprises throughout the day. Most people want to be circled by safety…we prefer the unexpected.
Using an outhouse. A headless scarecrow? Snow???? Brrrrrr. A little bird landed on Ron’s fingers. We found a secret tunnel at the museum where Jane’s celebration of life was held.