Oh, to be able to work because you wanted to and not because you HAD to.

Oh, to be able to work because you wanted to and not because you HAD to.

Definitely better to be a unicorn. 

heaveninawildflower:

October calendar page by Kate Greenaway from ‘Kate Greenaway’s Almanack for 1892.’

Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Gallery.

cat-shaming:

Rose loves water… just not from her water bowl.

OMG, just love this!

kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best! kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best! kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best! kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best! kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best! kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.
I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best!

kittehkats:

pabuthefirecat:

Lazy Hunter.

I don’t think this is how cats hunt in nature, Pabu.

low flying birds maybe?

Cat cuteness at its best!

cuteanimalspics:

I was lucky enough to kitten sit this little guy over the weekend.

Absolutely adorable!

erreiparevir:

Sweet look by photo-grafixx | via http://ift.tt/1qnrQ9j

  1. Camera: Nikon D300
  2. Aperture: f/1.4
  3. Exposure: 1/200th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm
justbelieve2him:

WELCOME AUTUMN!!…

Welcome October!

justbelieve2him:

WELCOME AUTUMN!!…

Welcome October!

beautymothernature:

http://www.dreamstim share moments

autumn leaves

cybergata:

Extra Ordinary Comics

One of my favorites!

beautymothernature:

http://www.dreamstim share moments

beautiful leaf

cybergata:

a basket full of kittens by Daisyree Bakker on Flickr.

A daily dose of cuteness!

Sunset over South Park, Colorado, USA 9/12/2014 (Joe Randall)

This is a photo from my friend’s garden near Cape Town, South Africa. It’s nearly the Spring Equinox there. I love this beautiful plant, which she tells me is called “crassula multicava” or “fairy crassula”. The website plantzafrica says this about them:

Crassulas are often small, curiously formed plants that are favourites for succulent collectors. Crassula multicava is one of those plants that can be used for almost all purposes and this is without a doubt why it has become such an important garden plant throughout South Africa as well as in other countries. There are not many shade-loving succulents that create as beautiful a display as C. multivava. The uniformity, compactness and neat, low-growing appearance of this plant is much enjoyed by the gardener and landscaper alike. The plants are also very long lived and respond well to pruning when overgrown.

  1. Camera: BlackBerry 9900

Ground orchid, friend’s garden - near Cape Town, South Africa 

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/1600th
  4. Focal Length: 472mm