I was reading Postsecret a few weeks ago when I came across this secret:
It made me think, what would I text my dog?
I would text her I miss her and tell her when I would be home. The worst feeling is when they watch you leave the house each morning and they don’t know when you will return.
What would you say to your beloved furry friend?
As promised, here are some photos of Singapore.
What a busy, crowded, clean and wonderful place! Some highlights from my time spent here: the zoo (vibrant and well kept), riding my first ferris wheel, China town, admiring the architecture, trying the new foods (kaya toast and kopi are a must try), and the botanical gardens (bring some food, its a lovely place for a picnic).
It is true, sadly.
Now I am not one of those vegan people who strut around naked and throw red paint on everything that looks like fur, but I do believe in humane farming and treatment of animals. Whether it was greed, survival of the fittest or whatever turned people to start cruelly treating animals, there has to be a line, a point, a time - when it stops.
Aren’t these macro photography shots of eyes amazing? I wonder which animal each eye belongs to. Can you guess?
Photographer credit: Suren Manvelyan
* “The mission of the World Wildlife Fund is to conserve the earth’s biodiversity by protecting its species and their habitats. One of the obstacles to their message is that in isolation it isn’t directly relevant to people. Threats to the environment and its fragile ecosystems don’t get much more explicit than in DDB & Co. Turkey’s 2010 public awareness campaign for the World Wildlife Fund. It gets the general public interested and involved by highlighting the real threat to mankind. By emphasizing that all of earth’s organisms form a complex, interconnected web of habitats that provide its life support system, the campaign communicates that mankind cannot survive without a healthy, sustainable ecosystem. The approach highlights the threat by taking something perceived as threatening and highlighting how much more threatening it would be if it didn’t exist. With three simple words and images it captures the essence of the danger.”
Copy (from top):
Horrifying. More horrifying.
Terrifying. More terrifying.
Frightening. More frightening.
*Copy for this blog taken from Communication Arts.
I love this creative lithographic print. It aims to point out the crucial message of life and our part in letting nature grow.
I love our furry, scaly and feathered friends. And I love these cute animal prints available on ModCloth. I recently purchased all of these!