Category Archives: Greenygrey film and photography

Portugal Algarve and Lisbon Photos

Marc Latham’s travel25years blog has had some great greenygrey photos from his Everest view trek recently, including a momentous battle between a tarantula and pompilid (like a giant hornet), so I thought it was time to catch up with his photographic travel memoirs from his time in Portugal, which followed on from my last such blog from Barcelona.

Portugal Travel Photos

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho at Greenygrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. Yes, I do believe that the last time I posted greenygrey photos not featured on the t25y site or the TravelThruHistory site was from Marc’s time in Barcelona.

As the blog runs backwards, the next stop was two years before, when Marc visited Portugal in 2009. Here’s some great greenygrey photos from a mostly yellowyblue land:

summer 2011 200 summer 2011 363 summer 2011 177 summer 2011 060 summer 2011 180 summer 2011 222 summer 2011 234 summer 2011 305 summer 2011 308 summer 2011 309 summer 2011 310

summer 2011 292

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Nature Photos Focusing on Wolves

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. I’ve been storing up some greenygrey Facebook goodies for winter, and am sharing them with you below.

Wolf and Nature Photos

I’ve got lots of nice wolf photos, and a few others with great greenygrey scenes. The names of those who posted them are under the photos, and the photos link to their Facebook pages.

In this first one, a wolf seems to be enjoying greenygreying on a cold morning… or doing an impression of the genie’s lamp!

Photo: When you hear the howling, the wolf has come, about you to accompany a piece of your path. He takes away the seriousness of the day and gives you the ease of being.
Geraldine Pecher

Just a cute pup enjoying a snooze with the warmth of its parent amongst great greenygrey nature in this photo:

Photo: Beautiful, peaceful, perfect ...♥♥Photo - fotocommunity
Pro-Wolf North West

This wolf seems to be between a greenygrey rock and a greenygrey hard place:

Photo: Live the life you deserve,Trust in what matters,Put faith into your intuition,To be all you can be andLove unconditionally with integrity.love & light ... <3words copyright Soul Wolf Journey  2012 photographer unknownshare like
Soul Wolf Journey

Nice greenygrey trees behind this wolf:

Photo: A THOUGHT TO PONDER..."When one tugs at a single thing in nature he finds it attached to the rest of the world."  -  John Muir#standforwolves
Wolfwatcher

Nice mixture of human and rhino greenygrey in this photo, with some vegetation to complement the main scene.

Photo: Many of you are preparing to celebrate #Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for this year? We're thankful for the support of our members, the hard work of our passionate staff and the sacrifices that #wildlife rangers make on the front lines of this fight to save Africa's beautiful, treasured species. Thank you. http://bit.ly/1er0dCpPhoto: Phil Perry Wildlife Photography
African Wildlife Foundation

This kangaroo doesn’t seem into boomeranging!

Photo: Hello from Australia! Our expert Suzanne Stone has been visiting with researchers and ranchers there, and getting a great look at the local wildlife along the way. Since our nonlethal methods of keeping wolves away from livestock have been so successful, Suzanne is looking to see if they can also help Australian ranchers with dingoes. Read about her trip and see more photos at http://dfnd.us/1bGjOk4
Defenders of Wildlife

Northern Lights provide spectacular greenygrey scene over Iceland.

Photo: Stunning!This great shot of the Northern Lights across Iceland is by Stephane Vetter, as part of his Sacred Nights collection. If you love these kinds of photos (just like us!) then you’ll want to check out Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) for more gems!Take a look here http://1.usa.gov/1gp0Hdu
WWF
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Photos from Google+ all with Greenygreyness

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. Talking of ol’ Wolfhol, I just found a postcard on this here site that bears the unmistakable and seemingly impossible to forge signature of our very own creative inspiration.

Nature Photos and Art

I didn’t find it until just now because I’ve been in the Google+ world searching out great greenygrey images.

I found quite a few,
so without further ado,
here they are for you:

Askar Takirbassov
Marianne Sansum
Gary Posner

ΕΛΕΝΗ ΕΛΕΝΑΚΗ
Carlos Moruzzo
Carlos Moruzzo
Alpha Pet Care

The names underneath the photos are those of the people that posted the photos on Google+.

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Heavy Rock and War Remembrance Photos

With Remembrance Sunday in the U.K. around the corner I thought it was a good time to post this rock and war blog that has remained in the Greenygrey vaults for about a month.

Rock And War

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head of Greenygrey creation, and specialist in photography like my human parallel Baron Wolman. Rock music has usually been used to protest against war, and Pink Floyd have been at the forefront of criticising unnecessary wars.

This is mostly because Roger Waters lost his father in World War Two. This greenygrey photo posted on Google+ by Seth Meister shows Waters recently visiting his father’s memorial in Italy to honour his father.

Roger Waters Memorial Photo

RW at father's graveside

Judas Priest have a song called War, as well as one called Breaking the Law.

Around the same time as the above Roger Waters photo surfaced, Planet Rock on Facebook posted the photo below of their singer Rob Halford camouflaging himself nicely against the window and bushes for his war with the lawn.

Rob Halford Gardening Photo

Perhaps the most famous and best rock protest song is Black Sabbath’s War Pigswhich criticised the hierarchy who create and perpetuate wars for their own personal gain, whether for their egos and place in history, or financial gain.

World War One, or the Great War as it is also known, is probably the biggest example of this in Britain. Here’s some of the War Pigs lyrics from the Cheezburger website, with half a greenygrey.

Black Sabbath War Pigs

War Pigs-Black Sabbath

Some wars are necessary, and some provide people and animals the chance to become heroes. Many people desire the opportunity to be heroes, while others are reluctant ones.

This is natural, and especially when movies and media glamourise war. The Greenygrey isn’t against that, and there’s enough ‘reality’ out there to balance it, although most people won’t see it, and won’t want to.

World War Two was probably the most necessary war for Britain. The U.S.A. joined in, played a major role, and then made some great movies about it. One of the best, and perhaps THE best, was The Great Escape.

Steve McQueen played the cool American in that, and we were delighted to see that greenygrey played a big part below him… and behind him!

Steve McQueen Great Escape Photo

Photo: Liz Barnes wants this.....

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Happy Halloween… Fun Animal Photos

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol, who is perhaps most fondly remembered in the Greenygrey world for his favourite slogan catchphrase ‘Wolf not War’.

Halloween Week Animal Photos

It’s Halloween week this week, with the main night in of celebration on Thursday 31st October. Halloween and similar traditions, such as the Day of the Dead deriving from Mexico, were inspired by old pagan festivals honouring the dead as they experienced the sun ‘dying’ in the northern hemisphere at this time of year.

Here’s some fun and greenygrey photos to celebrate Halloween, with links to their original sharers on google+ within the images, and all the good people and animals that have left the living world:

Four-way greenygrey trowl (tree and owl) photo, which could also be described as poetry in owl tree:

Bearable greenygrey:

Something fishy going on: cat amongst the greenygrey:

Howlingly healthy Halloween:

No werewolves, just a Halloween-loving wolf:

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Stockholm Photos Par Excellence, Poem of Literary Nonsense

Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, head honcho of Greenygrey Creation in the absence of the legendary Andy Wolfhol. There’s been lots of Sweden talk on this here blog lately, so I thought I’d bring you some greenygrey Stockholm photos, not anything like those featured on our ol’ pal Marc Latham’s travel25years.wordpress.com blog (but there are some other greenygrey ones there too!).

Here we go,
Stockholm without snow,
looking greengrey,
on a clear day,
Sweden’s flag is yellowyblue,
and the sunnysky is too.

Stockholm Photos Par Excellence

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