Wild foxes photographs

Dutch wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond has been bringing joy and warmth to people with her fairytale-like photographs of wild foxes for over 8 years. Looking at her gallery of foxes provides a truly captivating and calming experience, as Roeselien brings these gorgeous creatures to life with her exceptional ability toRead More →

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Azuki is an absolutely adorable Japanese hedgehog who loves to go on all kinds of adventures. This time he went camping, and we’re sure it’s the cutest thing you’ll see today. This little camper was fully prepared for his trip – he brought his own tent, grill, and even aRead More →

This collection of surreal animal oil paintings is by Jon Ching , he is a self-taught artist currently based in Los Angeles, California. His paintings mainly focus on wildlife and birds in particular play a big role in Jon’s portfolio. “ Their diversity of skills, the infinite combination of colors,Read More →

Some of the best selling books online are adult colouring books. They are not like your typical children’s colouring books – which have huge illustrations and are not especially challenging to anybody who has hand-eye coordination and is over the age of 12. Read More →

Wildlife Photography in Norway

Wildlife Photography in Norway The freezing, cold wind hits my face and forces me to stop to adjust my facemask. I turn around and take a glance at the sled behind me. It’s heavily loaded with camera gear, tent, sleeping bag and food rations for about a week.Read More →

The red and green specialists: why human colour vision is so odd

Most mammals rely on scent rather than sight. Look at a dog’s eyes, for example they’re usually on the sides of its face, not close together and forward-facing like ours. Having eyes on the side is good for creating a broad field of vision, but b…Read More →

Big cats are my favourite subject to draw. They’re elegant and powerful, and their body has a simple, yet beautiful rhythm. Today, I’d like to show you how to draw a tiger-from the “skeleton” and muscles to the fur, details, and stripesRead More →

How would you like to turn your cat into an appetising custard tart? I was about to write a post on ‘the nature of existence’, however, I got distracted.  The Fruit Tart Nyanko cushion is made up of little cloth biscuits and filled with small cushions.  There is enough space for your cat to go to sleep to complete the culinary delight.Read More →

These beautiful hand-drawn birds were taken from two books by Mary and Elizabeth Kirby; Beautiful Birds in Far-off Lands and Birds of Gay Plumage. Read More →

Husky in UK Traveller Lonely Planet Magazine

I found this delightful picture in the most recent edition of the UK Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine.   This Husky has different coloured eyes caused by a condition called Heterochromia.  Heterochromia results due to uneven melanin distribution and inbreeding.  Melanin is what gives colours to the irises.  It so happens thatRead More →

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck Meet Coco the woodchuck, who was badly injured and remained in the middle of a family’s yard for three days. When the people finally noticed her, they thought the little animal was dead. As they approached her, they realized she was still aliveRead More →

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A photograph of Toby Judge. Head of security for Bailey Street Design.

Originally posted in 2014 I first thought of the benefits of a studio dog when I visited The Distillery in Surry Hills, and I met Noftus, their golden retriever studio dog. He was so friendly, well behaved and played well with others, I thought ‘We can do that’. Toby wasRead More →