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2048 – Addictive!

(March 24th, 2014)

This is a game for non-gamers. The aim is to reach a total of 2048 on a 4×4 grid. The mean is to align two identical figures to add them: 2 + 2 = 4.

You can play 2048 on iOS (iPhone, iPod, iPad, etc.) or on the web.

2048

Please, before you start, make sure that you don’t have anything else to do in the coming month.

Geneva – Modern world and tradition

(March 6th, 2014)

Seen in the streets of Geneva.

Ferrari and tradition

Stacked ships

(February 11th, 2014)

Did you ever see a ship on a ship?

And a ship on a ship on a ship?

ships on ships on ship

Ships on ships on ship

Bears are just like you and me

(February 6th, 2014)

This is the only logicial conclusion after watching this cute little YouTube video:

Edward Snowden: Media black out

(February 3rd, 2014)

It is quite interesting (or revealing) that a recent interview of Edward Snowden, the guy who blew the whistle on NSA practices of spying on everybody’s email and phones, has received essentially no media coverage in the US and the UK. It appears that large media outlets are actively participating in a campaign to smear Snowden image in the public (“he’s a traitor”) and try to avoid any reference that may make him appear as the whistle blower informing the American public about what its government is doing not only to the world but to the American people, and without any significant safeguards against abuse.

You can listen to the interview and read more to form your own opinion by visiting Benswann.com article on Snowden and the interview the US government does not want you to see.

Next wildlife trip

(January 25th, 2014)

For those who are tracking my moves, I’m happy to tell that I’ll go soon to Kenya. In the Masai Mara park that I know a little and love a lot. Photos should come from it.

Scottish sounds

(January 11th, 2014)

So, usually, they’d say that Americans language is gibberish deformed by a slang accent which makes Shakespeare cry. Sometimes, they’d say that Texans are the worst.

But these Scottish people are really great. So utterly impossible to understand that their verbal exchange seems poetic and stripped of any useful meaning. Some kind of automatic writing translated by a Google machine into a marvelous video:

Polar bear

(December 20th, 2013)

Polar bear

Polar bear

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus, ours polaire)
Svalbard, June 2013.

Polar fox

(December 18th, 2013)

One of the nicest and cutest little mammals is observable in the Svalbard archipelago. This one was so unafraid that it came in the middle of our group in order to pee, clearly meaning “this is MY place; You’re just invited here”.

Arctic fox

Polar fox

Polar fox

Arctic fox

Arctic fox

Polar fox

Polar fox or arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus, renard polaire)
Svalbard, June 2013.

Polar bear, king of Svalbard

(December 16th, 2013)

Our paths crossed those of several bears (four at the end of the trip) in very different weather conditions. But it was possible to shoot some snapshots of the king of the North.

Polar bear

Polar bear

Polar bear

Polar bear

Polar bear (Ursus maritimus, ours polaire)
Svalbard, June 2013.


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