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I thought I’d share several images I’ve made in the last few weeks and have been working on to share.

Golden Hour over the 13th Fairway, the Eastern Sierras, and the marsh.

Golden Hour on the Eastern Sierras and Neighborhood

A new bird for me! A Rough-winged Swallow with lunch.  If I have not made the correct ID for this one please let me know!

Roughed-winged Swallow with Lunch

Last Friday a friend came up for a Doctor’s appointment and spent the night, but after her appointment, we went out exploring my area looking for some Nevada Wild Mustangs; we had Lady Luck with us b/c we found a small band!  Doing a little research we discovered that this  Black/Blue Stallion is Zorro.

Zorro

Here’s one of Zorro’s band members with some Hitchhikers.

Wild Mustang with Birds out for a ride

I’m looking forward to getting to know the Wild Mustangs of Nevada and this band.

To close out this week’s post…

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Robben Island and Mauritius heritage site ink ‘twinning’ deal; IOL

All About World Heritage Sites

South Africa – Robben Island

Two Unesco World Heritage Sites have signed a twinning agreement that will solidify their links.

Robben Island Museum and Le Morne Cultural Landscape, in Mauritius, have joined forces.

Both these sites are a symbol of cultural diplomacy.

“As a World Heritage Site, continuous innovation and capacity building is key as stipulated by its Capacity Building Strategy, adopted by the World Heritage Committee in 2011,” says Robben Island Museum’s chief heritage officer Pascall Taruvinga.

“The strategy responds to the identified needs of a diverse and growing audience for capacity building for World Heritage conservation and management activities.

‘‘Development of resource materials such as best practice case studies and communication tools are among the activities foreseen by the strategy.

“Therefore, the twinning agreement between the museum and Le Morne Cultural Landscape is a fulfilment of this strategy.

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