A Maasai tribesman stood against a mud house in a kraal, a compound made up of many mud houses, near the Ngorongoro Crater. The Maasai depend heavily on their cattle, since they are the main source food, e.g., milk, blood, and meat.
The big snow flakes look like crystals falling from the sky.
An instructor looks over as nursing students are making a diagnosis and administering a treatment.
The view of the Bronx Reservoir from the roof top of Gillet Hall over looking the parking lot.
The interior has a vibrant and clean design.
Katie Couric and Gabourey Sidibe prepare for a sit down interview along with two guests.
These solar panels on the roof are part of what makes the Science Hall a green building.
Mayor Bloomberg answers questions from a group of Lehman students—all graduates of NYC public high schools—prior to his press conference. Among those listening are Lehman President Ricardo R. Fernández, CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein, NYC Schools Chancellor Joel Klein, and Deputy Mayor for Education and Community Development Dennis Walcott.
An elephant ate behind a bush. Elephants are the largest land animal with terrible eyesight, but with superb hearing and sense of smell.