Don’t you love it when strange things start appearing on your television around Halloween?
I finally got the claim processed from when my camera got stolen in Spain, which means there’s a camera coming my way; until it arrives, you’re all stuck with these low-res phone shots. Hope you don’t mind the quality of the picture, my darlings!
Do you think a nice driver would pick me up if I were lost on some lonesome highway?
Looks pretty empty to me… might have to stop to enjoy the scenery for a while.
Maybe it would help if I stuck my thumb out!
Fun note: A truck driver actually did turn onto this road as I was walking toward my clothes, which I’d unceremoniously flung onto the grass; I had to pick them up and press them to me as The Engineer tried to hide me!
Taken in Chefchaouen, Morocco – even the guesthouse rooms are blue in the blue city. No filter used!
Caves really freak some people out — there are a lot of folks uncomfortable with the dark, with small spaces, with bats and blind, transparent creepy crawlies.
I love caves. They’ve always felt like comforting, safe spaces to me. Thrown into total darkness, the cool, still, and damp air barely flowing over me, hearing bats and birds squeak near the entrances, I feel calm. Running my fingers over rocks that grow, I’m awed at how alive caves are. How many green things can grow inside of them. How many creatures can thrive in a challenging environment.
I feel relaxed in caves…
I finally found an internet cafe with enough privacy to post a Sinful Sunday photo… and then realized I have no way to edit my picture! So here it is, tattoo and all (which I suppose is appropriate in this case!). Taken under an almost full moon on a sand dune in the Sahara Desert near the Algerian border.