A seagull cools down during the hottest day of the year so far on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin.  Picture: PA

A seagull cools down during the hottest day of the year so far on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin.  Picture: PA

Bunny (by jm2c)

Bunny (by jm2c)

Love is love, submission by: low-iso

Love is love, submission by: low-iso

Submitted by: reworak

Submitted by: reworak

annstreetstudio:

Morning on the African continent…

annstreetstudio:

Morning on the African continent…

kerrytravel:

Young croc whiling away the day… | My Tho, Vietnam

kerrytravel:

Young croc whiling away the day… | My Tho, Vietnam

Submitted by: tim-adams 

Submitted by: tim-adams 

An orca whale performs a perfectly formed leap for photographers in British Columbia. The event was photographed by Garry Henkel on one of his company’s whale watching tours in British Columbia.  Picture: HOTSPOT MEDIA

An orca whale performs a perfectly formed leap for photographers in British Columbia. The event was photographed by Garry Henkel on one of his company’s whale watching tours in British Columbia.  Picture: HOTSPOT MEDIA

Dog Days. Photo by pe_ha45

Dog Days. Photo by pe_ha45

Source: fuckyeahkiat

Source: fuckyeahkiat

Submitted by: tim-adams 

Submitted by: tim-adams 

Submitted by: nicholasius

Submitted by: nicholasius

Inspiration Dose #6: Backlit Photography
Nashville Zoo’s clouded leopards Jing Jai and Baylie have both given birth to cubs. The breed is considered endangered because of deforestation, poaching and the pet trade. Carnivore supervisor at Nashville Zoo Karen Rice said, the zoo is a leader in clouded leopard conservation - with 18 clouded leopards born at our off-exhibit breeding facility since 2009  .Picture: AMIEE STUBBS / CATERS NEWS

Nashville Zoo’s clouded leopards Jing Jai and Baylie have both given birth to cubs. The breed is considered endangered because of deforestation, poaching and the pet trade. Carnivore supervisor at Nashville Zoo Karen Rice said, the zoo is a leader in clouded leopard conservation - with 18 clouded leopards born at our off-exhibit breeding facility since 2009  .Picture: AMIEE STUBBS / CATERS NEWS