Tag: orange

  • No Tricks, Just Treats!

    Today I thought it only appropriate that these pets get to join in the Halloween festivities…and they’ve all been bedecked in pumpkin hats! If you’re celebrating this evening, don’t forget to take your pets along with you; they enjoy a bit of dress-ups now and then too.

  • Hold Still pt 2

    During the 1800’s Finishing school was widely attended by women looking to improve their manners and social graces…and the image of ladies balancing books on their heads became synonymous with it. These days attending such a school is rare, but I have a feeling these critters would pass with flying colours!

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  • Hold Still pt 1

    During the 1800’s Finishing school was widely attended by women looking to improve their manners and social graces…and the image of ladies balancing books on their heads became synonymous with it. These days attending such a school is rare, but I have a feeling these critters would pass with flying colours!

  • Awkward!

    There’s nothing fun about getting stuck, or having something get stuck on you! These animals have all tried to get through, or into something that ended up being a very bad idea.

  • Nudibranchs

    Ever heard of a Nudibranch? Don’t worry, you wouldn’t be alone if you said “No”. Part of the sea slug family, these soft-bodied molluscs come in the most unbelievable shapes, colours and patterns of anything on the planet. With more than 3000 species, sit back and enjoy the rainbow!

  • Nature’s Bright Palette

    We’ve all marvelled at the incredible diversity and beauty that surrounds us in nature, but every now and then the “Mother” creates something to truly astound and amaze us. The brightness and stunning palette of these animals should be a reminder of how privileged we are to live in such an amazing world!

  • Black-Eared Beauties

    This beauty is the Caracal. The name caracal comes from the Turkish word ‘Karakulak’, which means “black-ear”. The biggest of the small cats, the caracal is sometimes called a Persian, or African Lynx, despite not being a lynx at all. Capable of leaping 3m (10ft) in the air, they were once trained for bird hunting […]

  • 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.

  • Looking a Little Loopy

    Those of us who have the pleasure of owning a cat (or cats) know that they can sometimes flip a switch and transform into “crazy mode”!  Zooming around the house, attacking one’s tail, or just going nuts with toys, their antics are guaranteed to always produce a smile or chuckle!