Sunday, November 27, 2011

On This Day In...

2009:

In a collection of research papers entitled The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas (Coachwhip Publications), the late author Robert Grant Haliburton expressed his opinion that an entire tribe of little people dwells (or at least dwelt) in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. He based his assertions on local stories and eyewitness accounts but was unable to prove or disprove their existence, leaving us instead with a tantalizing legacy.

If you're intrigued by such anthropological mysteries, by all means check it out. However, if you want a real spectacle from the area, you will most likely delight in the goats that climb into trees like those pictured to eat the fruit. I snapped this shot outside Touradant, Morocco back in April.

Morocco Countryside

1 comment:

Autumnforest said...

Knowing my childhood pet goat, Levi, I'm not at all surprised by that. He used to park himself under the apple trees and go crazy eating them. If he could have climbed the trees, he would have.