14 May 2024

Image round-up for 14 May 2024

More pictures from my collection -- click for full size.

(For the link round-up, click here.)

I wasn't planning to

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

Orvieto, Italy

Kaliningrad, formerly Königsberg

The Perseverance rover's atmospheric-entry shell and parachute lying on the surface of Mars, photographed by the Ingenuity helicopter

A baby orangutan


Blogger Lillian "sognafaret" said...

You realy made me smile to day

14 May, 2024 04:40  
Blogger Sandee said...

I love them all, but the falling down the stairs was my favorite. I laughed out loud and watched it far to long.

Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. ♥

14 May, 2024 07:14  
Anonymous Reaganite Independent said...

Where do you find all the stuff, when I do image searches it seems so limited these days- or they’re just trying to sell me something

Amusingly varied selection 😎

14 May, 2024 07:42  
Blogger Darrell Michaels said...

"please eat the activist"... cannot. stop. laughing... :)

14 May, 2024 11:18  
Blogger Mary Kirkland said...

I don't know what those purple flowers are but they are so pretty.
That cats face is too cute.
Any night time sky photography that shows all the stars in the sky is just fascinating to me.

15 May, 2024 16:46  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

Lillian: Good!

Sandee: They must have had the sorest pair of asses in the neighborhood.

Reaganite: It's all just stuff I run across going around the net. I've also accumulated tens of thousands of pictures over time.

If your internet searches aren't giving good results, stop using Google. I haven't used it in years, but I hear its results are crap these days because it's so focused on showing ads and tracking people. There are lots of other search engines. I use this one.

Darrell: One can hardly blame the bear. The guy was asking for it.

Mary K: The kitten seems perturbed by something. Maybe he's alarmed by some of the other images in the round-up with him.

We so rarely see all the stars we should be able to these days, because of all the contaminants in the atmosphere. I still remember how spectacular the stars looked in the Jordanian desert, with completely clear air, when I was there in 1979.

16 May, 2024 04:28  
Blogger SickoRicko said...

Always a fun assortment.

16 May, 2024 20:14  
Blogger Infidel753 said...

I hope so.....

17 May, 2024 00:52  

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