Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Waiting For Lunch


A flock of cattle egrets patiently await a farmer who is harvesting berseem clover for his animals. They know that they will have some choice pickings from the insects, grubs, and flies disturbed by the farmer's work and he gets his field cleaned.




copyright 2010 Maryanne Stroud Gabbani

6 comments:

teaching jobs overseas said...

Its nice to see the birds who's waiting for the farmer to get away to have their lunch.

Mama said...

Your blog is very nice. You are a smart women. Many warm regards from Croatia

Anonymous said...

Green and white,great color combination.

HaleyR said...

Hi, my name is Haley and I live in Colorado, United States. My World Literature class is doing a project where we pick a country we are interested in and research it. I choose Egypt. I have a few questions about the Egypt and the culture.
What are modern Egyptians thoughts about the US?
What kind of literature is popular there?
Do many people speak English?
Do you notice a large difference in how people are there as opposed to in Canada?
Do you notice ties to Ancient Egypt in any aspect of modern life?
Thank you for your time, I look forward to hearing from you!

Zahra Youssry said...

Your blog is wonderful
There is a blog similar to yours
A British woman lives & works in Luxor
I don't know if you saw this blog or not
In general, its link:
http://luxor-news.blogspot.com/

Maryanne Stroud Gabbani said...

Haley, you'd be better off emailing me directly. You are asking some huge questions that would take some complex answers.