This creature is by far one of my favourite when it comes to appearances! Gorgeous bold colours from blues and greens, to reds and yellows, accompanied by some black to make the colour even more striking. The first picture I saw of this specimen, the colour looked like that of an African beaded artwork, the bright colours resembling as much!
“Why is that vine moving? Must be the wind. Wait… Why is that vine biting me?!”
My guess; it’s not a vine.
I’ve always had an admiration for this specific specimen. Rarely exceeding 1.5 metres, it is a rather small Cobra species, but that doesn’t make it any less threatening.
As you remember, I recently did a post of defensive techniques snakes use to warn us and ultimately avoid conflict. This is a continuation on that as there are a few more worth discussing.
The other day, Hannes and I got into a big discussion on passion. Okay, more on things we were passionate about, but that’s passion, nonetheless.
That’s right, folks! Unicorns exist, they just don’t look all together how we thought they would! The people really got it wrong in the books; no long flowing mane, or sparkly white coat, but its got a horn!
Yesterday was a simple, yet fun day. Hannes and I started off with a yummy, yet late, Wimpy breakfast, him having bacon and eggs, me enjoying a delicious plate of chips – I enjoy the simple things!
We wandered around the mall for a bit, bought ourselves some movie snacks and headed home, where we continued to relax and consume the edibles.