Tag: flower

  • Generic Cuteness

    So I thought after the previous post it might be nice to just enjoy some generic cuteness…and nothing does that like a bunch of adorably small and irresistably cuddly little critters. Take some time out to just relax and enjoy these pics, and have some genuine “awwww” moments…

  • Bugs’ Offspring? pt 1

    There are many well-known rabbits out there, including Bugs Bunny, Peter Rabbit, and most notably, our favourite that brings us chocolate, the Easter Bunny! These divine kittens may have lineage back to one of those famous bunnies, but one thing’s for sure, they’re incredibly cute!

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  • Floral Fascinators

    Popular as they may have become, flower crowns are nothing new and have been around for centuries. These symbols of love, celebration, and fertility can easily be personalised to express your distinctive style, so why not adorn yourself just like these flourishing beasts?

  • Blooming Beautiful

    Flower crowns all started with the Ancient Greeks and it was popular for them to be worn as a way to honour the gods. Today the crowns are worn as a symbol of love, fertility and celebration. These beautiful kitties certainly do the crown justice, and it only adds to their glorious charm.

  • Gifting

    Receiving a special gift is something I think we all look forward to, and the act of giving the gift is often just as special.  These adorable animals are showing their love and affection for each other by bestowing the simple gift of a flower…sometimes that’s all we need.

  • Chicks In Hats

    Why is it that people insist on making tiny outfits for tiny creatures to wear?  Whatever it may be, these little chicks sure look adorable in their super swanky hats.

  • Time For Prayer

    The name Praying Mantis refers to the way the insect bends its front legs so they are at an angle as if folded in prayer.  Most mantids live in the tropics and there are approximately 2000 species of them.  Coming in an array of stunning colours and sizes, they are also the only insect to […]

  • Stopping To Smell The Daisies

    Nature’s array of flowers and their unique aromas is a wondrous thing, and humans aren’t the only ones to appreciate it.  What attracted these critters to their bloom of choice we can’t be sure, but the resulting snaps are just adorable.