A short-tailed stingray glides through an underwater canyon, illuminated from above by the warm tropical sun. Short-tailed stingrays are found primarily in deep waters off the coast of Southern Africa, as well as in shallow intertidal zones near the shores of Australia and New Zealand. These animals can grow to roughly 7 feet across and can reach weights of 770 pounds. Despite fears associated with stingrays, these animals typically feed on small fish and invertebrates, and are curious and unaggressive in their interactions with humans.
View from Frederiksborg Slot. The castle and gardens were impressive, but the interior was jammed up with tour groups from Italy, China and the US. It's hard to appreciate the details when overwhelmed by crowds. Looking out the window meant being on the edge. . . . #frederiksborgslot#denmark#zealand#toomanytourists
My parents' dog, Buster, having a dip in Storebælt, ( The Great Belt strait ) as the summer is reaching its end. Storebæltsbroen (The Great Belt Bridge), which is the largest bridge and highest infrastructure in Denmark, can be seen towering in the background.