We would like to thank Radio City Talk’s Pete Price for this picture taken from the top of the Radio City Tower over in Liverpool. It was taken during his talk-show on the radio station last night and we thought we would reproduce it here just to show you the kind of view you get from the top of the tower. It has been many years since I was up the tower, back in the days when it was a revolving restaurant. Thanks Pete!
Here at Jammy Toast we love a nice photograph, especially one displaying love and affection. Here in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, two elephants show their affections for one another with suitably romantic trunk hugs. In the park, most of the elephants are found near the river, with herds descending to the dusty banks to drink. Large crocodiles laze on sandbanks and at dusk hundreds of hippo leave their pools and lumber up the banks to graze. Impala are common and giraffe can be seen in the dappled forests. Wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck, bushbuck, grysbok and oribi are also found. Predators abound with lions, spotted hyena and leopards always a highlight!
It was once Syria’s largest city, but four years at the heart of the country’s civil war has left much of Aleppo in ruins. This is the only way to get water for most in East Aleppo. Some 40,000 people have already moved back into the ruins. This boy was collecting water for his family in East Aleppo. Look closely near his right eye. That is shrapnel under his skin.