Thunder has an hourglass figure.
She bolts lightning from her armpits.
And rains in peace.
Male gods of thunder are very common (so strange), but there is one female one: Whaitiri. She’s a bit cannibalistic. (Thunder, lightning, the way you love me is frightening …)
Thunderbird could be a fine feathered female – strong X chromosome, at least.
In time for Inktober: Inkubator. Their logo isn’t even pink.
Knock on wood.
We have adopted Kamok! It is heart-wrenching to see the elephant babies nestling against their blankets. Let’s hope she grows up strong and happy.
The ostrich babies Pea and Pod are quite large already!
The ostrich scarf being done and dusted, here is an elephant one. (It is an African elephant, not a white elephant.)
Traveling long distances is a good way of getting illustrations done. That is, once your mind has been cleared by walking hills and valleys in the wild…
I hope those littlest rationalists have as much fun reading it as I had making it!
Well, the crash problem seems to be iPad-related…
H/T to this interesting beastie: the lantern fly, peanut bug, alligator bug: Fulgora laternaria. It carries a lantern for art and science!