I took almost 3000 photos of puffins, razorbills, guillemots, gannets, and other bird species while we were on Skokholm Island in Wales (the first photo gives a view of part of the island) early last month (boy, time does fly!)…I’ve been going through them slowly in my free time, but right now I’m too busy (with life and work and FUN of course!) to finish this task…
Here, therefore, is a limited and rather random selection of my photos. As you know by now, I don’t take or post perfect photos…in fact, I don’t think my current camera (which is not a bad camera, mind you) is even able to take any perfect photos. 😉
But that doesn’t really matter to me. I don’t want or need to be a professional photographer. What matters to me is to be reminded of a particular moment during a particular trip or event. And so I sometimes don’t even delete photos that are clearly out of focus — photos that my Stefano would delete in the blink of an eye.
No, what counts for me, unprofessional me, is the moment in which I took a certain photo. Or the photo has to be high on my “cuteness scale,” like the photo (second from above) of the three puffins hiding in the grass, one of my favorites so far…Or the one of the puffin (below, on the left) pecking another puffin that needed to be shooed away from its burrow…Or the baby guillemot with its cute little tilted head (next to last photo, below)…who seems to be looking at us almost quizzically.
Anyway, without further ado, here is my random selection!
I hope you enjoy it!
Oh, and I bet you’re glad I decided NOT to publish all 3000 photos, eh? 😀 (By the way, if you don’t know the names of some of these sea birds, other than the puffins of course!, just hover over the photos for a sec…)
Hi, I came across a couple of articles a while back and thought I would mention them to you, maybe you are already familiar with them but anyway they are:
Potential response to curcumin in infantile hemangioendothelioma of the liver
Hassell LA, Roanh le D
Pediatr Blood Cancer 2010 Aug; 55(2):377-9
Liver metastases after colonic carcinoma — palliative chemotherapy plus curcumin
Braumann C, Guenther N et al
Int J Colorectal Dis 2009 Jul;24(7):859-60