While the rest of the crew was south of us and experiencing some brief technical difficulties, Kevin and I were hanging out at Thamalkane River Lodge admiring this view. (This was in Maun, Botswana.)
There were a lot of birds. Most of them were egrets.
The artist Yoshida Hiroshi and his son Yoshida Toshi traveled the world and did lots of shin-hanga prints of the various sites, which is why there are gorgeous Japanese wood-block prints of things like Ayers Rock and Mt. Kilamanjaro. That would not be a bad way to spend one's life, if you ask me. This is something of a homage (and something of a "Man, I should go find all my old vacation photos and use them for reference for stuff in this style, because I will actually LOOK at this painting in a few years and maybe remember it, instead of having it moulder on a memory card somewhere.")
I am really only able to do this because I am procrastinating about drawing hamsters, though.