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Feeding Time

When observing the primates I was lucky enough to be able to observe several feeds at the centre. The first feed was a common feed with bugs and some vegetables. 375 more words


More Monkeys

Monkeys are one of my favourite subjects to shoot because you never know what you’re going to capture.  You could come back and photograph the same group of individuals every day, and their behaviour is so varied that you’re always going to see something new.   160 more words


Koh Samui to Krabi

For the next leg of the trip we decided to head back to the mainland and across to Krabi. This involved a relatively painless ferry and bus combo which took about 5 hours in total. 600 more words

When God becomes a pest

The recent BBC article attracted my attention and reflected a lot of my thoughts about primate conflict and India. Growing up in India, wild animals lived amidst us or vice-versa. 227 more words


If my family were macaques...

We’ve been away for a few days in the countryside, which would have been really relaxing if I’d got any sleep! I crocheted a lot of bright (so bright it glows) pink squares for the girls’ blankets as I wanted to make sure I had got enough balls of each colour. 374 more words


Andalusian Trilogy Part III: Gibraltar – Córdoba

The blades of the ceiling fan spin the still, heavy air downward. Through the pale skin, blotchy with heat rash, beads of sweat arise, then flee as the body turns over once again. 2,740 more words

to Railay

Railay or Rai Leh, was our last stop on the way to fly out of Phuket. This is very much part of the banana pancake trail… 89 more words