Just felt this would be a befitting Blog # 50 – A picture of the regal tiger.
No extra words. No unnecessary descriptions . Let the picture speak…
Bison 1 : Do not look now, but those two monkeys have been staring at your uncle from the morning.
Bison 2 : What do they want?
Bison 1 : They still keep trying to spot if we consume health supplements, like their ‘evolved’ cousins.They cannot believe ‘Vegan is good’.
Bison 2 : Is it really?
Bison 1 : Well, look at his muscles and yours!
Bison 2 : Sigh! Well… I guess
AND AT THE MONKEY HOME…
Dad : What do they eat? Tell me… What did you see?
Son : I swear Dad, they eat just grass and leaves, and drink just water. Please let go of my neck, you’re hurting me!
Mom : Your son is as bad as you. Just comes back with useless stuff doesn’t he? Sigh…
“Cock-a-doodle – do
Hey,You are not part of my crew
I will crush you like little tooth picks
If you give my chicks bird-flu !!! “
Poems and crazy thoughts apart, I had no idea what was going on between the duck and the rooster when i took this shot.
Did the duck cross boundaries?
Was the rooster just plain agressive? Or a responsible father taking care of his lot?
What was he ‘crowing’ about? That he discovered a ‘quack’ eh? 😉
Evolved or not – Kids do not change. Their mischief does not change. And the exasperation of parents do not change. Hence it is just natural that some parenting methods just do not change. Some old-fashioned threatening and spanking just do not hurt! As the mother here believes and the little one is about to find out 🙂
I captured this during a boat ride at Mudaliarkuppam , Madras. As we passed this herd of cows peacefully sauntering along the backwaters , grazing the little grass that seems to populate their side of the bank, I am sure they were thinking – is the grass greener on the other side?
I took this photo from behind a tree as I saw this rare sight of peaceful coexistence at a small farm in the outskirts of Madras. The farmer goes about his work with the huge tractor, tilling the soil . The birds maybe used to his presence – are not intimidated into taking flight, but rather wait expectantly for some tasty tidbits (read earthworms and other slithery friends) that the wheels of the tractor may turn up.