I don't consider myself a week-end walker like [op]drie, Waechor or Roberto Ballerini, but as almost every week-end I want to show a few photos that I enjoyed watching during the week. This time, let's look at the human side of things. So let's ask what Wikipedia says about it: "Humans, or human beings, are bipedal primates belonging to the mammalian species Homo sapiens (Latin: "wise man" or "knowing man") in the family Hominidae (the great apes)." Okay, okay, the great apes are our big family, the grand-uncles and greater-grand-aunts that we like so much to see every now and then! Fine, but well... what about this

You're right, homo sapiens as mentioned above means "wise man" or "knowing man". This however is a sheep in the family Bovidae (hollow-horned ruminants). Where's the relationship!? Think about it and place yourself in this role: You want something!
But, do you make it!? No! You buy it! So what do you know about the things you buy or own? A homo sapiens is knowing in a small environment. Most of the time he is a sheep.

 
But humans are creative, can hide and most important: imitate. That is why we feel to be a dominant force on the planet, that and because we fit the environment to suit our needs in contrast to adapting ourselves to fit into the environment. So we have a certain power inside and to know about it is important. It is a lesson to learn for most of us to feel the deeply rooted force of aggression that can be used to both create and destroy. Knowing ones strength and weaknesses is one half of the ability to decide and being able to act. The other half is knowledge about what is outside of us, the environment that we have to learn about nonetheless.
 
So that's where we are now, we look at what lies ahead, we remember what had lain behind. For a moment this is you. Pick up your life.

Thanks a lot to Mona Lisa, Jerry Lee and Emile Zwaltek for sharing their pictures.