Get ready for some amazing photos from the animal kingdom.
They are pure, wholesome, beautiful, and touching at the same time.
And they are sure worth your time.
You either like them or you hate them, but spiders are some of the most unique and fascinating creatures on the planet.
Other than the oceans, you can find them almost anywhere on the planet and some of them are quite amazing as far as their unique colors.
Let's take a look at a few of these colorful - and yes, creepy - creatures.
We all love those playground swings.
That feeling of trusting your legs in the air to get that extra little bit of height was almost like flying.
But it turns out, us humans are not the only ones who seem to love it as you can see by these charming photos of different animals having some playground fun…
Photographer duo, Kelly Pratt Kreidich and Ian Kreidich, have been specializing for years in photographing professional dancers.
Then, a few years ago, they hit upon a new idea and started photographing the same dancers but this time, with their loving dogs.
On their home page, the talented duo wrote: "One day, I (Kelly) had a strange idea: "What if we did pictures of dancers, with dogs." Ian looked at me like I was crazy. On paper, it was strange and didn't make sense. Why dancers and dogs? But I told Ian to just "Go with it." I had a vision. Our first duo was Ericka and Baxter, an English Bulldog, who belongs to a friend. We captured just the results we were hoping for – clean and elegant pictures, that are sweet, light-hearted and funny. Ballet is often seen as stuffy or unapproachable, and we feel like this project helps people see the lighter side of dancers. We have learned a lot during this process. We were not animal photographers when we started out! But along the way we have learned how to work on a dog's level, how to get dogs to do certain actions, what kind of dogs are even right for this project".
'Mud, Mud, glorious mud Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood'...well, it seems some animals have been listening to that song.
June 29th is international mud day (Yes, there's even a day for that) and it's a great opportunity to enjoy some animals having fun while splashing in mud cause you know what they say- Muddy animals are happy animals.
So what are you waiting for? let's get dirty!
It's a general rule in life that if you want to make anything better, then just add cats. Tying the knot is no exception as these photos of cats at weddings will now prove.
All these photos capture moments that would have just been your bog-standard, run-of-the-mill special moment if it wasn't for those kitties.
Just a reminder that 2020 is not over yet...
The Authorities in Gurgaon, a city near New Delhi in India, has warned the citizens of the impending swarm, expected to cover the city on Friday.
Residents were forced to lock their doors and windows.
As expected, many of them shared amazing videos and photos as thousands of locusts covered the city.
One viral photo tweeted by journalist, Mark Rees, started an internet stardom.
People have suddenly discovered that baby owls nap with their faces down and look unbelievably cute while doing so.
Turns out, the reason behind this weird sleeping position is that their heads are too big.
The responses have been pretty funny, as well as generally wholesome, starting off an entire owl appreciation thread.
Story via: Happymag.tv
While cats are usually considered less social, there are many curious kittens who prefer to be right in the middle of what a person is doing—no matter how inconvenient their presence may be.
Italian Photographer, Marianna Zampieri, started capturing cats at work for her aptly-titled series C-AT WORK.
The talented photographer, who describes herself as Cat-ographer, takes documentary-style images (mostly in black and white) of cats in places of business and provides a fascinating look at how cats claim even the most uninviting workplaces as their own. From a salon to a library to a recording studio, these animals are seen lounging on the equipment or causing adorable distractions to their humans.
Zampieri was first attracted to the idea because it allowed her to see felines in "the most unusual environments… where we are not used to seeing them." My goal," Zampieri told My Modern Met, "is always to try to capture the beauty of a relationship between cats and people and demonstrate the great dignity and the incredible adaptability of these animals in any situation."
Our world is far more magical than we often give it credit for.
The best Disney-infused moments tend to happen while out in nature, say for instance when you catch sight of animals with butterflies.
In fact, these magical photos of animals with butterflies look like a Disney movie happening in real life.