November 2016

Monthly Archives

  • Zen Foxes pt 1

    Roeselien Raimond is a Dutch photographer living in the Netherlands. Having initially started her career photographing the inhabitants of the micro cosmos, she was later enamoured by the Red Fox. Roeselien explains “Zen Foxes are fully ‘in the moment’, as if they invented mindfulness themselves”.

  • Bathtime!

    Hands up who enjoys a good long soak in the tub? The bubbles, the warm water, perhaps some candles and aromatherapy oils? Sounds like a fabulous evening to me! These gorgeous animals all seem to really enjoy a bath too and are relishing every moment.

  • All Aglow

    Bioluminescence is a truly incredible wonder of the natural world, and it is estimated that 90% of deep-sea creatures possess this characteristic. The purpose is believed to be camouflage, attracting mates, or scaring off predators. I’m just happy to look at them and marvel at their beauty.

  • Not Quite Twinning

    Twins are an incredible occurrence and happen throughout the animal kingdom…these animals, however, are not quite there! They might look almost identical, if it weren’t for the fact they are not of the same species! That doesn’t stop them from trying, and looking incredibly cute whilst doing so.

  • Trending

    Giving Thanks

    Call it “prayer”, call it “giving thanks”, but many of us like to take the time to confer with another being, whatever you may choose to call it. It often helps to air our problems, or just to appreciate what we have and be grateful…and these cute critters seem to share in the endeavour.

  • Nocturnal Night Birds

    Say “hello” to the Tawny Frogmouth. This incredibly cute bird is closely related to Nightjars and is found throughout Australia, including Tasmania. Being nocturnal, the Frogmouth is active at night and spends the day perched in trees, often camouflaging itself to closely resemble a branch.

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 2

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Thbbbttttttt! pt 1

    Poking your tongue out at someone might not be the politest gesture in the world, but more often than not it is done in complete jest. In Tibet it is actually used as a sign of greeting and respect, and in New Zealand it is used in war dances to intimidate the enemy!

  • Fido Families

    Being a parent is a tough job, and that certainly doesn’t just apply to humans! These canines are showing us just what fantastic parents they can be, and just how in love they are with their offspring…how could you not be?!