An Archaeologist Unearths the Divine Feminine
Okay, this was adorable.
You and your family are most adorable.
Great pictures Amanda. Oh, to see those sights. Cities under the sand (Joni Mitchell). I always remember her song.
Donna, I'm a big Joni Mitchell fan but I don't know that song - must look it up!
Those are delightful pictures, Amanda. I remember our time in Cairo, 20 years (or so) ago. I can even recall some of the pictures I took (and some I missed). Travelling down-river on the water taxi; Egyptian girls checking out my wife's red hair; praying for refugees in a Coptic Church.Wouldn't it be handy if you could pick up pyramids and move them around? And did you know that one of the Pharaoh's was the first to build a food pyramid? Blessings and Bear hugs!
Your wife's red hair must have been a crowd-stopper, for sure! (I hope that Pharoah's food pyramid included Cadbury's chocolate eggs!! :))
Adorable and very clever! Man, you get around, Amanda. What a world view you have.Lovekj
Cool photos :)
messin' with perspective! Be careful around mummies, they have no sense of humor
As an archaeologist, I am concerned that the mummies and all the antiquities are not receiving better care. Air pollution is damaging exposed structures and people scratch graffiti onto remains that are not protected. I am disturbed by the lack of preservation and care for these great monuments.
is it true invading armies used to use mummies in place of firewood? Terrible stuff - more history has been lost than we'll ever know.
HI Amanda..beautiful...such gorgeous photos.. and the words to go along made me smile....love that song too..now it is stuck in my head!Have a fantastic day!Victoria
really cute - love it
Like everything in life, it's all a question of perspective...
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