Beauty for Novembre Magazine
One of my favorite scenes in the movie. Vampires! Ice skating! Playing with jack o’ lanterns!
South American Coati (Nasua nasua)
Also called ring-tailed coati, the south american coati is a diurnal animal living both on trees and on the ground. They are omnivorous and primarily eat fruit, invertebrates, other small animals and bird’s eggs. Females generally live in large groups, called bands, consisting of 15 to 30 animals. Males, on the other hand, are usually solitary. Solitary males were originally considered a separate species due to the different social habits and were called “coatimundis”, a term still sometimes used today.
Coatis are so damn cute!
Summer Solstice 2014
Throwback Sunday to when I took this picture of the night sky above the Polebridge Mercantile Summer Solstice Party in Polebridge, Glacier National Park. Luck was on my side when I took the second picture, during the time that the shutter was open the International Space Station’s solar panels hit just the right angle reflecting the sun directly onto my camera’s sensor. That day was a good day indeed.