If you've read my posts in order, in the life-chronicling format I never intended for this site, you may have been wondering if I've gone the way of Lawrence... striding self-assuredly over hazy dunes, seeking secrets among the sands... For when I left you, nine months ago, I was on a train to a plane to fly back to that desert land, Saudi Arabia.
|Out to sea, off a tiny island north of the Farasan Banks that drops to 700m.|
|Processing Opisthobranchs collected from the Red Sea|
|Phidiana indica, from Farasan Banks|
|A fascinating stowaway for a boatful of biologists|
|Slug spp. six pack: Noalda, Odontoglaja, & asst. Sacoglossans|
|The beauty of KAUST at night|
|A larval Diodontid collected during my light trap sampling|
|Sunset at PetroRabigh|
|PetroRabigh's eery Martian landscape; with natural gas spire|
|PetroRabigh, a decades older compound, has a beautiful beach|
|July after Arabia, teaching teens how to guide in Florida|
Sad that I'll be curtailing my personal details in future posts? Click here for a photographic timeline of my journeys in America between my Saudi Arabian March and my move to the Philippines in November.