Animals in Nature · Photography · Reincarnation · Souls

The Unique Beauty of Animals in Stunning Photos

Who needs words when our fellow earthlings say it all, about why we should be respectful and let them be…

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All-Seeing and Wise – Owl

 

Cute as a Button and Industrious – Mouse

 

Graceful, Reedy and Glorious – Pink Flamingo

 

Flamingos in flight

 

Peaceful Beauty and Grace – Swan

 

Most Adorable Foodie – White Finch

 

Pink Flamingo Readying for a Nap

 

Artistic Perfection – Butterfly

 

At Rest from Mischief? – Orange Tabby Cat

 

In Thoughtful Repose – Beagle Dog

 

Ice Blue, but Warm Gaze

 

Ancient yet Ever Modern – Grasshopper

 

Tiny Fluff-Ball of Innocence – Baby Chicken

 

Ever Alert and Swift – Male Deer

 

Taking a Much-Needed Rest – Red Fox

 

Taken In by Their Twin Beauty – Grey-Crowned Cranes

 

Energized in Thought – Sorrel Horse

 

When Drowsy, Old and Wise

 

Contemplating Life? – Arctic Fox

 

Curious and Wary – Piebald Female Deer

 

Ever Expectant Food Muncher – Grey Squirrel

 

Deadly, but Responsible and Loving – Tigers

 

Photos are free from Pixabay.com; a great website worthy of support.

7 thoughts on “The Unique Beauty of Animals in Stunning Photos

  1. Yes, they ARE beautiful. You should include pictures of your own cuties, and their rescue stories. Other blogs have shown that rescue stories are popular.

    1. I have mentioned and shown some of my dogs in different articles, just type either Peppy, Corky, Heidi, Mattie, or Lily in the search box provided and you can see them, especially the one titled “Dog in the Manger (and some personal memoirs).” But I do plan to do more on each one individually, telling their stories as best I can, including my horse Ginger.

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