The good news is that I found my keys. They were in the freezer at home; I somehow put them there when I arrived home yesterday and took some stuff out of the freezer to defrost. It’s a great relief to have them back! I should get one of those devices that fastens your keys to your belt, but they’re too geeky.
Today’s “wildlife” falls into the category of H. sapiens photos, and were taken by Joe Routon, who does “street photography” around the world (photos like these now qualify as “wildlife.” They’re great photos (I love street photography), and I’ll put Joe’s captions in indents:
Here are a bride and groom who had just gotten married at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, several years ago. They were at a nearby café, taking a break with some coffee, after the ceremony.
In Central Park in New York City, I happened to see these young Asian tourists who were taking a photo of a genuine American hot dog.
This is a barber who was giving free haircuts to the homeless.
This is what happens when you fall asleep in the shopping cart at Walmart. (NOTE: I got the mother’s permission before I made the photo.)
A skateboarder in Philadelphia.
While roaming the streets in Brooklyn, I happened to see this young lady at a bar, seated beside a window.