Miscellaneous photos, home 2
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Experts tell me that this altocumulus castellanus is caused by high level atmospheric instability not caused by surface heating.
Emily in North Carolina sent me a grey lop-eared bunny, made by Living Nature (UK). She (Emily insists it is a she, although I struggle with the concept of these furry animals having a gender) comes complete with a tiny booklet on its natural history and feeding instructions. (I hope what is on that plate is not too far off.) Big Bunny sat on Eva’s lap and the two are inseparable.
I saw the light brown and white bunny in a bin of reduced items at Waitrose (the only supermarket within walking distance of me) and so Eva’s older sister Meotzi now also has a bunny in her lap.
The darker bunny is a volcano rabbit, so named because they live only on the slopes of volcanoes. It is made by Steiff (Germany) and belongs to Lina the maid.
When the bunnies had their fill, I finished off this plate of food for lunch.
The net curtains are actually white.
For more about this, see Painting the Eagle III.
But, on your tiny little planet, all you needed to do was to move your chair few steps. And you could watch the twilight falling whenever you felt like it…
“One day, I saw the sun set forty-three times!”
And a little later you added:
“You know… when one is so sad, one loves the sunsets…”
“So, the day of the forty-three times you were sad very much?”
But the little prince did not answer.
— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince (pp. 22-23) Classica Libris Kindle Edition
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