the tilting boat slips the nipa labyrinth with silent ease
Tag Archives: Mekong River
DAILY PHOTO: Croc Maw
DAILY PHOTO: Bee in Flower, Mekong River
DAILY PHOTO: Canoe in the Mekong Delta
DAILY PHOTO: Boats Parked in the Mekong Delta
DAILY PHOTO: The Eyes Have It
In the Mekong Delta, the ships have eyes. Well, many of them do anyway. The eyes painted on the bow of boats and ships are to ward off evil. Interestingly, the one class of boats that typically don’t have eyes are fishing vessels. Fishermen fear the eyes will scare away the fish, and they’re willing to take their chances with evil. Plus, we all know that evil fish are the most tasty.
DAILY PHOTO: Slow-boating on the Mekong Delta
DAILY PHOTO: How’d You Like to be a Crocodile Dentist?
Being able to see the color of a crocodile’s tongue, but not the color of its eyes, isn’t comforting.
But could someone get in there and floss the green gunk out of this fella’s teeth.