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Or as the Zoo’s website calls him: Vulture, African White Backed. In this shot, he is looking right at you, which is hard to catch. Vultures have magnificent profiles, and they always seem to give you their best side. Vultures … Continue reading
An Amur (or Siberian) Tiger on a rainy summer day in the American Midwest. This guy spent most of the time we spent in the Rosebrough Tiger Passage (a deluxe and stimulating state of the art tiger habitat) napping in … Continue reading
Spent last Friday at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo photographing the denizens. So this week is Animal Week here at the blog, with lots of animal portraits, fun animal facts, and thoughts about animal characters in comics. (For photo geeks, all … Continue reading
I recently added this TWSBI Eco (turquoise, with a 1.1 stub nib) to my collection. It joins a lime green B nib and two black ones with EF nibs, which have pretty much replaced my old Rotrings as the scritchy-scratchy … Continue reading
We had a Possum Adventure very early yesterday morning. It was about quarter after one, and I turned on the floodlights and let the dire corgi out the kitchen door. (The old corgi, now a certified Ancient One, has been … Continue reading
My moviegoing companion told me, at the end of Atomic Blonde, that he was expecting an action movie in the James Bond vein, and was surprised by receiving a Cold War spy thriller instead. This is as good a description … Continue reading
It all started earlier this summer when I saw an unfamiliar grey bird under the bird feeder in my next door neighbors’ front yard. Now, I have been living in this house for 27 years this week, and have been … Continue reading
I sat down this morning to pencil the drawing of the day. Couldn’t find my favorite aluminum bodied Rotring mechanical pencil in The Many Coffee Cups of Doom and Art Supplies, so I pulled a little plastic one out at … Continue reading
The Queen of the Night is a classic “night flyer”– a flying hero who can see in the dark, takes a bat or a night bird as a costume influence, and is just generally nocturnal. What I like best about … Continue reading