Featured image: Bougainvillea at Potawatomi Conservatory, South Bend, near Potawatomi Zoo.
Cogitation 23 Saturday 9 June 2018 This week, for the first time in almost three decades, I visited the Potawatomi Zoo in South Bend, Indiana.
The Zoo has more than 500 animals. It’s a thriving, expanding place. We were surrounded by a host of happy children on an end-of-school outing.
It has been a week where I’ve also been on my hands and knees weeding and mulching flower beds. Let photos tell some of the away from home stories of the week.
Eye-to-eye with a few fine creatures at the zoo
Random red accents out and about
A floral finish, from the Potawatomi Conservatory, South Bend
An Okapi, a shy animal, at the zoo
The ayes have it over the noes again this week.
4 thoughts on “Eye-to-eye at the zoo”
Looks like the Okapi has some Zebra DNA. Just some Plain Fratranizing!
Okapi meets Zebra, sure looks like it, but can it be that simple?
A beautiful week in pictures! Enjoy your garden, weed-free for now and newly munched. Your bit of heaven…
Thank you, Ginger. We’re enjoying being indoors at the moment. A cool dip would be nice, but so is the recliner and a book.