With the containment of the corona virus, I can't travel for pictures anymore. But I live in the Netherlands and here the government has introduced "intelligent containment". This means that we are allowed to go out for a bit; everyone takes responsibility. So I go out every day, by car, to make a tour with my Leica. No lions in the fields, no I.R.A. soldiers either. I meet quieter animals, which we don't pay attention to anymore because they seem so common: cows, sheep, horses... And yet, there is a lot of beauty and charm in these animals. And then, from time to time, I have surprises, like these encounters with storks, alpacas, and camels... Yesterday, I found Jar Jar Binks, from Star Wars, reincarnated in a splendid Anglo-Nubian goat! What a beautiful and friendly animal! This confinement, whatever form it takes, reminds us that we must know how to look around us... There are so many beautiful things to look at!