We came across a large number of caiman by the roadside. The female caiman had been injured. She was taking care of her youngsters which will be shown later on. I stood behind a fence along the roadway and took this image. A yacare caiman's teeth can grow into the top part of the head.
You can see teeth coming Thru the nostrils. The Transpantaniera Highway is actually a dirt road with many small bridges with ravines or small stream beds beneath them. The dust flies constantly and one time our driver got out of our small bus to fix the bridge which was made mostly of wooden planks. I watched the nearby Great Horned Owl nest again this year. This was my first baby sighting, eyes aren't even opened yet. The owlets stay under Mom for a couple weeks before showing themselves I know lots of folks don't have much respect for seagulls but I love them I love this shot of the Mom with her babies Title : Things seen in Japan.
Year : s. Authors : Holland, Clive, Subjects : Japan -- Social life and customs. Publisher : London Seeley. Contributing Library : Robarts - University of Toronto.
Digitizing Sponsor : MSN. View Book Page : Book Viewer. About This Book : Catalog Entry. Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. And, sad to tell forcompilers of musical comedies, she is neversold, bag and baggage, with the house towhich she is attached!
Home Life in Japan There are, however, many other types,amongst them the quaint little sisters ofquaint little brothers, who haunt the groundsand shaded courtyards of the temples, withbabies strapped to their backs ; and girlchildren, little more than babies them-selves, toddling about hither and thitherunder paper umbrellas, or inspecting withwide-open eyes the marvels of the stalls ofsweetmeats, and the beautifully-finishedtoys carved in wood and bound withlacquer.
The life of the average Japanese maidenhas many interests, though to Westernminds they may appear very simple ones. She is often, if well educated, a poetess,and is almost sure to love poetry. In thisshe finds a constant fount of pleasure, andin music another source of happiness. The music is strange to foreign ears, and itis only after a time that something of its They playtheir games and lto about their work as if ihev carried no such Inirdeti. Then there is the amusement and excite-ment provided by the novehsts.
For thereare novehsts in Japan whose stories mayappear in twenty or thirty volumes, butare none the less popular though so long. Many of the best dainty and romanticstories are written by women, and someenjoy a popularity in their own land whichis not even excelled by that of MarieCorelli in this country. These amusements are supplemented bygames with cards, and go, a kind of chess,generally admitted to be more difficultthan the English game.
For the youngstersthere is hopscotch, battledore and shuttle-cock, prisoners base. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work. Title : Crisis. Authors : Du Bois, W. Subjects : African Americans.
Publisher : [New York, Crisis Pub. My wife gave everyneighbor one who asked for it, and to thosewho didnt ask shegave one also. Soyou see this is theonly one remaining. Stamps are enclosedfor its return.
Igive you permissionto publish it andshall do anything, atany time, like thisto aid you in in-creasing your circu-lation. Very truly yours,The Fond Father. He assures them that those leftover will appear in without fail, unlessnew babies crowd them out. Title : St. Nicholas [serial].
Authors : Dodge, Mary Mapes, Subjects : Children's literature. JUNE, By Jack London. No; honest, now, Bob, I m sure I was borntoo late. The twentieth century s no place forme. If I d had my way— You d have been born in the sixteenth, Ibroke in, laughing, with Drake and Hawkinsand Raleigh and the rest of the sea-kings. You re right! Paul affirmed. He rolledover upon his back on the little after-deck, witha long sigh of dissatisfaction. PaulFairfax and I went to the same school, lived nextdoor to each other, and chummed it together.
By saving money, by earning more, and by eachof us foregoing a bicycle on his birthday, wehad collected the purchase-price of the Mist,a beamy twenty-eight-footer, sloop-rigged, withbaby topsail and centerboard. Pauls fatherwas a yachtsman hi. This mother Boat-tailed Grackle seems to be teaching her chick some manners. This is a common sight in the wetlands these days. What I find funny is that a lot of times, you see a chick bigger than its mother and still asking for food.
A howler monkey with her young in the shade of the leaves against the hot sun in Playa Carrillo. Use of this image on websites, blogs or other media without explicit permission is not permitted.
To all my Canadian friends. I think your missing something over there. They like hanging out here near the barn with the horses They sure are messy though This is dedicated to my friend Marilyn at www.
Through it all theyoungster never al-tered his attitude ofcomplaisant indiffer-ence. Not one signof vanity did heshow, which onlysubstantiated the doc-tors opinion as tohis most wonderfullybalanced mind. Title : A diplomat's wife in Mexico : letters from the American Embassy at Mexico City, covering the dramatic period between October 8th, , and the breaking off of diplomatic relations on April 23rd, , together with an account of the occupation of Vera Cruz.
Authors : O'Shaughnessy, Edith, Contributing Library : The Library of Congress. Digitizing Sponsor : The Library of Congress. It is the famous Imagen de la Virgen,stamped miraculously on the tilma coarse cloth mantle of a lowly Indian, Juan Diego, as the Virgin appeared tohim passing the rock of Tepeyac on his way to Tlaltelolco,to receive instructions in the mysteries of the Faith. The sacred image is placed above the high altar in agold frame, and there is a gleaming, solid silver stair-railing leading up both sides.
In the middle aisle were double files of young Indiangirls, with bright-colored scarfs about their shoulders,and strange, high, picturesque-looking head-dresses, ofgaudy tissue-paper, with trimmings of gold. They werechanting monotonous minor songs, accompanied by aswaying, dance-like movement of the hips—all most rev-erent. They had been there for hours and showed nosign of leaving.
I hope I said a reverent prayer, but Ifelt a bit cheap in contrast to the rapt devotion on allsides. I was glad to get a breath of fresh air in the plaza, We made our way, Mr. These waters are said to havegushed from under the feet of the Virgin as she appearedto Juan Diego. A la the fountain of Trevi, whoeverdrinks of it returns to Mexico. We didnt drink, forvarious reasons unconnected with return. The Indiansuse it for healing purposes and a lively trade in brightlypainted, earthern-ware bottles, in which to carry thewater away, was going on about the chapel.
The Indi-ans come, sometimes a many days journey, on foot,of course, and when they arrive they bivouac all aboutthe church as if they had reached home. It is served withbaby Asian leaves, mung bean sprouts, curried mango and Thai rice balls Sushi rice cooked with coconut cream, Thai green curry paste, fish sauce and rolled in black and white sesame seeds.
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