john n poppy wrote:
I wish you had called for some back up from Scotland Yard....I could help with the photographing of suspects
I know you guys from Scotland Yard as being good photographers!
Especialy of the birdies and owls...
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Yes indeed - the hawks are always keeping an eye out for the "little" suspects snooping around... And they have no difficulty in catching them!
of all the reporters.
Wonderful to see this high profile case is leaving no stone unturned..by using diving crew as well..."waterkrummeltjie!" (watercrumb)
Thanks, Trrp-trrrrrrr! That "waterkrummeltjie" was a real expert diver! The one minute he was still walking on the side of the road, the next minute he fell off the edge, "plonk" into the little stream running under the road.
Was hillarious to see!
So sorry that the crime reporters did not pitch for the press conference - the only ones showing were those that cover the social and glamour pages
Excellent detective work for the first 24 hours, and you do have some prime suspects
We were so disappointed - after driving all the way up to Lake Panic - no joy!
But it is like you say - we shouldn't complain - we already had a lot of prime suspects 24 hours in.
Your Wydah is a real charmer you must use her to get info from the trees she could listen in
The other birdies so beautiful but keeping their opinions to themself not wanting to share their knowledge sales of newspapers on the line
Anna-MarieSA - this Wydah is a GUY! His female counterpart, I'm afraid, is a pretty dull lady...
But in general these "pretty boys" who dress so well DO know how to gossip!
Nee, Hilda, I tell you - I've never seen Lake Panic that quiet before. And I was expecting so much more seeing as it was summer, and we usually visit it in winter. Some of the other people in the hide also commented on the fact that it was the quietest they've ever seen Lake Panic...
So sad to hear of the lack of reporters at lake panic. Sounds like they found a juicy scoop somewhere else....
Your paradise whydah is gorgeous. Truly a beautiful pic, that reporter belongs on the TV. Perferctly made up.
Can't wait to see how the rest of this investigation goes.
I thought him to be a gorgeous TV reporter too...
I can also spend ages on bridges to scan the area from left to right and so on and already caused lot of traffic jams.......
A pity that at LP nothing worth to be seen but we also experienced this a bit disappointing visit there on one or two visits there.
Love your tiny terrapin - Although on pictures the real size cannot be shown exactly
You see Pumbaa - that is exactly why you are also such a good KNP investigator - you also scan those riverbeds!
Keep up the good work, colleague.
I actually thought the same about the terrapin when I was photographing it. Kind of wished I could get out, put a coin next to it and then photograph it!
But a detective should always stick to the rules and never interfere with the scene!
WOW, this investigation is progressing FAST!
I am totally amazed by your rhino sighting
Such huge animals in comparison to the little humans in their tin cans.
I imagine it was quite exhilarating being that close to them
And you got some great mug shots
However, I think it is the seemingly innocuous little "watercrumb" that needs some follow-up surveillance.
Your suspect looks way too cute to trust!
I assume you mean tin caRs, not caNs? Maybe you've had too many caNs yourself lately Melphie...?
Just joking! They really are huge. It is always amazing to look at these animals in real life and realise how tiny and fragile we are compared to them. You might be right about "watercrumb"...
Thank you, Melphie - will put him under surveillance immediately!