I still had my seatbelt on seated in my car on the parking lot of Meijer while I was typing this post on the cell phone. The engine was still on. Since it was raining, I was not so sure if I wanted to get off and run in the rain to get in the store. Suddenly I noticed this spectacular view on the windshield. It was … Continue reading Master Stroke of Nature
On the second day of our trip, we went to see the elephant breeding place in Sauraha, Chitawan National Park. Ticket counter has an adjacent room that is used as one-room museum that displays the big skull of a dead elephant. Four walls of the room is covered with valuable information on elephant’s life-cycle, its inhabitant, health issues and challenges to rear them etc. etc. … Continue reading Elephant’s Skull
Our tour guide told us that only male elephants have two long tusks. Females have short ones under their trunk. We saw more than half a dozen elephants (male and female) tied their front legs with metal chain under the tall sheds. Behind them in the open space was their dry poop piled up. Staffs of the park set fire on the heaps of dung … Continue reading Male Elephant Has Long Tusks
In the backdrop, sun is setting down behind Champadevi Danda (hill). The sun is like a new bride covering its bright face behind the veil in the dusking sky. The high-voltage power line tower has been there for years without any power. It’s still awaiting for wires to come and adorn it like a garland as if it were a new groom. Continue reading 30 Day Photo Challenge: The Fading Sun at Dusk
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Maharjan brothers, inspired by Kratt brothers from the Wild Kratts kids edutainment series in PBS Kids, found this insect on the shoulder of the sidewalk in their evening walk. What insect is this? Is it a firefly? Continue reading Maharjan Brothers’ Discovery
He turned 3 two weeks ago. He still thinks that trees have bone just as human beings. He takes tree bark for its bone, as it is strong and gives tree support to stay firm. It is just too cute to be ignored. When I asked his brother and him what they think about the weather here in Grand Rapids, they both had the same … Continue reading Tree Has Bones?
I usually go to grocery shopping at night and sometimes in the evening. Since we moved to South-East side of Grand Rapids, we have been going to Meijer on 28th and Kalamazoo. If you happened to be at that part of the area during sunset, you can witness this moment of reddish and bluish glowing sky with automated night lamps in the parking lot. … Continue reading From Meijer Parking Lot