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Good evening lovely people,
I don’t suppose a lot of you will be here tonight, browsing the net, reading blogs or just messing around… after all it is a Valentine’s Day and I bet most of you are in or out celebrating with your loved ones.
We are in tonight… I am working at this moment (using one eye and writing this post using another) while Mark is cooking us a lovely meal… I can already smell it…
So as they say it will be a quickie tonight.
Yes, you were right about last weeks’ picture; it was indeed lizard skin, and to be more specific it was from a Komodo dragon skin.
The Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis), also known as the Komodo monitor, is a large species of lizard found in the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Padar. This “little” guy lives at Rinca 🙂 there is no further information available due to personal data protection…
Have a look at him! Is he not magnificent!
For this week I tried to find something with similar colours and I succeeded. This one is an obscure (?) picture, but I really want to know what you will come up with.
So here it comes… this weeks’ Who/What Am I?
Have a lovely evening and as always enjoy your weekend!
…and for those of you who have not heard the words today and missed my earlier post HAPPY VALANTINES DAY! From us, because we love you…
I hope you all are ready for the great weekend which is upon us 🙂
I am happy as our roof is fixed, so no need to worry about drips of water or ceilings falling on my head. Hopefully tomorrow we will fix it from the inside (one of the plaster-boards needs replacing) than a quick paint job and all will be back to normal. So, this is my good news for the week!
Last week I was told that my pictures are getting too obscure… buuu… I know, but what to do when you guess everything more normal…
I came up with a solution… at least for this week… but let’s get back to last week picture…
This mysterious yellow slab of cheese, cake, honeycomb is in fact a sort of a little rock, just like Linda said. It was a close up shot of brimstone known in wider circles as sulphur. Have a look…
Did you know that it is used to bleach dried fruits as well as a component of gunpowder? Scary isn’t it?
For this week let’s try something different.
I have a special picture for you with a selection of a road signs showing different dangers 🙂 I numbered them all, so it is easier to identify them… Can you guess what they are?
Who / What Am I?
Can you guess all 16 answers?
Happy Friday everyone!
So here we are again, new Friday and a new round of blank expressions as you try and work out this week’s picture…
First though let us have a look at last week’s picture…
A tough one by all accounts as I only received a couple of guesses. It is a picture my sister took in somewhere in Indonesia. You could rent one of these giant inflated tyres and go for a white knuckle ride down the river. Unfortunately my sister was not that brave so I can’t tell you any tales of near death experiences.
Last week the theme seemed to be black so to balance all things out this week we are going white…
So Who / What Am I?
New week and new picture … but first lets see our mystery creature from last Friday.
So here we go… it was in fact a lizard.
Once again, picture was taken by my sister during her travels. This handsome fella is from Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, Indonesia.
And for this week we have something similar in colour 🙂
Enjoy your weekend. Relax and have some fun!