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Every Picture Tells a Story

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It’s Saturday.

That means it’s picture day.

There’s purpose in this: every picture does tell a story.

And a picture is worth a thousand words.

In fact, in Africa, it may be ten thousand.

Here are photos from this past week as well as our sojourn in America.

Enjoy!

Sunset over Istanbul, Turkey. It's a long way from Houston to Istanbul to Uganda.
Sunset over Istanbul, Turkey. It’s a long way from Houston to Istanbul to Uganda.

 

Care Package going to the Jeremiadoss family who serve in South Sudan.  It's all "Frozen" pink girlie things or Georgia Bulldog Red.
Care Package going to the Jeremiadoss family who serve in South Sudan. It’s all “Frozen” pink girlie things or Georgia Bulldog Red.

 

 

Singing Girls in Entebbe, Uganda.
Singing Girls in Entebbe, Uganda.

If you missed the You Tube video of their song, click here.  I especially enjoy the rooster crowing at end.

 

Maribou Stork nesting in Entebbe (Uganda) tree.
Maribou Stork nesting in Entebbe (Uganda) tree.

 

 

 

I say the Marabou Stork is the world's ugliest bird. Todd B. says the Muscovey Duck is worse. What say you?
I say the Marabou Stork is the world’s ugliest bird. Todd B. says the Muscovey Duck is worse. What say you?

 

 

 

This stork is a carrion eater. Need I say more?
This stork is a carrion eater. Need I say more?

 

 

 

Herbert Terry (DeDe's Dad) and his great grandson, Luke Iles. They are in the Terry Rentals Office where Mr. Herbert (age 91) still goes to work.
Herbert Terry (DeDe’s Dad) and his great grandson, Luke Iles. They are in the Terry Rentals Office where Mr. Herbert (age 91) still goes to work.

 

 

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About Curt Iles

I write to have influence and impact through well-told stories of my Louisiana and African sojourn.

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