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Adorable Kate and Cat Are Back!

Monday 06.16.2014 , Posted by
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Last year, we spotlighted Andy Prokh‘s warm and fuzzy photo series of his five-year-old daughter Kate and their British shorthair, Lilu. Today, the Russian photographer brings us an update on the imaginative adventures of Kate and Lilu – along with a new posse of feline friends. [Read more...]

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Pet Rats Photographed with Miniature Teddy Bears

Thursday 01.23.2014 , Posted by
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For anyone who’s ever owned a pet rat, they’ll know these furry little guys are seriously smart and have loads of personality… but these endearing photographs take that to a whole new level. For the last few years, Jessica Florence and Ellen van Deelen, two independent photographers, have been celebrating the fun relationship they have with the tiny rodents by taking photographs of them hugging miniature teddy bears. Yes, rats hugging teddy bears. It’s as cute as it sounds. [Read more...]

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Visual Bits #374> Conceptually Exploding Photography

Wednesday 02.06.2013 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #358> Conceptual Thinking: Photography

Thursday 01.17.2013 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #313 > Illustrations That Are Wild

Wednesday 11.14.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #297 > I’m A Party Animal

Monday 10.22.2012 , Posted by



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Goofy Shaking Dogs Caught in the Moment

Thursday 07.21.2011 , Posted by

Fur, fuzz and spit flying in an instant, it’s all you can do to get out of the way; many dog owners are more than familiar with their canine friends wild head shaking. Pet and animal photographer Carli Davidson is no stranger to these four legged shakes either, in fact she’s created a series “Shake,” featuring those distorted and blissful dog faces right in the middle of thier spin cycle. [Read more...]

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