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Monkey See, Monkey Draw
Monkey See, Monkey Draw
The monkeys that live at the foot of the Mbuno Hills in Africa love to play games. One day while playing Elephant in the Middle with their large friend, their ball, a nut from an ancient baobab tree, rolls into a cave where the troop of monkeys never go. It is dark inside and possibly filled with horrible beasts! When they venture in, they discover instead that the walls are covered with paintings of animals. Elephant shows the monkeys how they too can create artwork using their hands and feet as “stamps” and mud as their medium. But things are never quite as easy as they seem.

Artist Alex Beard brings his love of exploration and painting to life with his signature animals in this charming tale about creativity and overcoming fears.

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Feeling... cold!
Feeling... cold!
Emei mountain, Sichuan, China. i started at the bottom feeling hot in a t shirt and pair of salapettes. arriving at the top next morning i had added a pair of longjohns an undershirt a jumper a jacket a scarf and some mittens and still felt cold. others it would appear were not so well equipped...! -------------------------------- So tomorrow i'm off to the wildlife photographer of the year exhibition in the natural history museum in london. i quite like the comp as its one of the few exhibitions that i can look at the winners and understand how they're good and why they deserve to be displayed (even last year's winner). i occasionally go to other photo exhibitions when i'm in town but often i find myself lookin at a blurry black and white image of a piano for example wondering how much of photography is just luck and being able to 'sell' (by which i mean convincing others) a photo as good or if im just some pleb who couldn't tell a picture of a piano from a masterful commentary of the state of emotions as represented by blah blah blah you get the point. so all that preamble was to set up a question. how do you guys decide whether you like a photo? i suspect i'm moving away from the majority opinion (=does it look good) in that i reckon it should be a technique i could learn by reading in a book or learning from an experienced teacher and not necessarily based on what my uneducated eyes currently consider good*. does anyone think books/teachers like this exist or am i just failing to acknowledge we cant all agree and i will inevitably and unavoidably find myself in the frustrated minority of seeing photos i consider to be crud lauded and vice versa with no objectivity either way? (and if the former what books do you recommend!) (*i'm thinking along the lines of how art aficionados seem to be able to agree on what's good based on their studies, i'd be damned if i could figure out what's good in tracy emin's or other modern artists' works to be honest but am prepared to accept it's my lack of understanding and not because of a misguided art community.) hmmmm, that all reads a bit long winded and pretentious. well if you don't fancy tackling that can of worms feel free to comment on the photo!
Jungle Boogie 146/365
Jungle Boogie 146/365
For me and Tharrin's FGR day--the secret life of toys and song lyrics. My toys have a secret life alright... TRF: You have probably notice my absence from flickr. (No? Then lie to me!) I have decided to not be as active on a daily basis. I still plan to continue my 365, I just won't be finishing it in a year. I may end up abandoning it at some point. I'm just not there yet. For now, I've decided my time is better spent spending time with my son and more importantly spending time with my husband. Before, he and I were spending 2-3 hours per night on flickr instead of spending that time together. We need that time together. I'll miss you guys, but I do still plan on checking in once or twice a week to see your work. I admire all of you who can see this 365 project through. It is challenging to be creative on a daily basis. All of you make it look so easy and effortless!! :)

monkey see monkey do t shirt
monkey see monkey do t shirt
How Monkeys See the World: Inside the Mind of Another Species
Cheney and Seyfarth enter the minds of vervet monkeys and other primates to explore the nature of primate intelligence and the evolution of cognition.

"This reviewer had to be restrained from stopping people in the street to urge them to read it: They would learn something of the way science is done, something about how monkeys see their world, and something about themselves, the mental models they inhabit."—Roger Lewin, Washington Post Book World

"A fascinating intellectual odyssey and a superb summary of where science stands."—Geoffrey Cowley, Newsweek

"A once-in-the-history-of-science enterprise."—Duane M. Rumbaugh, Quarterly Review of Biology

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