• Photograph by Sergei Reoutov with Camel, Socota Island: “On the dunes of Socotra island, Yemen. Seconds later the camel set off in a run down the dunes, its feet sinking into the sand. It vanished behind the dunes, leaving me with this picture and the most awe-inspiring memories of Socotra.”
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again


  1. HUMP DAY heading into a three-day weekend! That’s what it is….yeah, baby, yeah!!

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  2. snow day!!!!! oops -(

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  3. Great pic!

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  4. Is Caleb dreaming of Santorini?

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  5. That camel looks lost on Baffin Island.

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  6. Whatever the elaborate treatment (colours and crop), this is totally awe-inspiring and I like that for once the photographer gave an indication to what he saw. Beautiful story

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  7. Just wow! What a great photograph.
    HHD. Have a great weekend.

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  8. Looks almost like snow. Nice effect.

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  9. What a beauty! the camel and the photo. The story reminds me of running down steep sand dunes in South Wellfleet on the Cape.

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  10. I could almost believe Caleb was in Saskatchewan (where I grew up) on a sunny winter’s day when the wind had blown the snow into hard packed drifts he and the cattle could walk on.

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  11. Hey! A rescue camel on the slopes!! I bet he can carry a lot of bourbon.

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  12. Oh, I like them far away and art-like.

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  13. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    I’m behind on my days … this is too beautiful not to share!! Wow!!


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