Blooming trees, singing birds, warm sunshine… All these things are integral parts of one of the most beautiful seasons of the year – spring. Photographer Sue Hsu perfectly conveys this mood in her beautiful and colorful bird photos. Sue Hsu is a line dance instructor and she says that photography is her hobby and biggest passion.
Posts Tagged ‘Animal photography’
You will never look at pigeons the same again after seeing British photographer Richard Bailey’s latest work. A tribute to Charles Darwin, “Darwin’s Pigeons” features stunning photographs of 50 types of fancy pigeons bred specially for shows, fairs and livestock exhibits. The shoot took place in a professional studio where the birds strutted their stuff and showed off their best plume for the camera.
Bangkok-based photographer Visarute Angkatavanich has created an incredible series of portraits of the Siamese fighting fish, highlighting this species’ spectacular coloration and flamboyant fins.
Finnish photographer Perttu Saksa has created a haunting and disturbing photo series detailing animal abuse in Indonesia. His dark images are filled with small monkeys dressed in dolls’ clothing with terrifying plastic doll faces covering their own.
When faced with one or more dangerous wild animals, most of us have the good sense to avoid them. Photographer Monty Sloan does not seem to have gotten that memo, however, as this video shows him petting, scrathing, hugging and even kissing a pack of wolves or wolf hybrids.
Canadian photographer Nancy Rose has been taking adorable photos of little squirrels who show up on her terrace to grab a bite and pose a little – she even tamed them to pose around her miniature props!
Meet Menswear Dog, a super cute 3-year-old Shiba Inu dog from New York. Fashion designer Dave Fung and graphic designer Yena Kim chose him as a model for their Tumblr fashion blog Menswear Dog, where Bodhi wears and showcases a variety of stylish outfits.
As you might’ve already experienced yourself (and if not – do try it with someone!) – yawing is medically proved to be contagious. If you hear or see someone yawn, chances are that within seconds you’ll catch yourself doing the same. So let’s do a little experiment – scroll down the list and try not to yawn!