The koala has opposable thumbs and toes to allow a tight grip when climbing. They also have rough pads on the undersurface of their hands and feet to increase tractions while they climb. That is fascinating, but my favorite thing about koalas is that they take a good photo. See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com for more…Keep reading
Are you a shower person or bath person? To me the difference is related to how you approach problems. Would you rather: quickly wash troubles down the drain? let them melt away in a soothing tub of water? What choice do you think our cardinal friend prefers? See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com for more photos.Keep reading
Have you ever had a stare down with someone? It’s easy. All you have to do is stare at a person or animal until that person or animal blinks or turns away from you. Ready? Let’s play. I bet you blink first. See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com for more photos.Keep reading
Aquatic exercise uses the natural buoyancy and resistance of water to provide a safe, full-body workout. Sometimes, I wonder if the inspiration for water aerobics came from watching animals. I wish I could have been underwater with a waterproof camera, but I had to take this photo through a glass wall. See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com…Keep reading
I didn’t expect to take a photo of a chicken, but this one seemed to have something to say, “I don’t frighten easily. Why do people use the word, ‘chicken’ to describe someone who is afraid? Personally, I think they should say, ‘scaredy cat’ instead.” See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com for more photos.Keep reading
High on my list of fun things to photograph are butterflies. Sometimes, I go out looking for them before they arrive. Instead, I find caterpillars. I wonder if they have a clue about what their future holds. It is a remarkable transformation process. See imagesbyvandyne on etsy.com for more photos.Keep reading
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