Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Animals As A Loyal Friends

Loyalty is faithfulness or a devotion to a person, country, group, or cause.There are many aspects to loyalty. Animals as pets have a large sense of loyalty to humans which may be more human-to-human loyalty. Famous cases include Greyfriars Bobby who attended his master’s grave for fourteen years; Hachiko, who returned to the place he used to meet his master every day for nine years after his death;and Foxie, the spaniel belonging to Charles Gough, who stayed by her dead master’s side for three months on Helvellyn in the Lake District in 1805 (the fact that Gough’s body was eaten by his dog was ignored in subsequent Romantic accounts of the story).
In the Mahabharata, the righteous King Yudhisthira, at the end of his life, appeared at the gates of Heaven. He had previously lost his brothers and his wife to death, and when he appeared at the gates his only remaining companion was a stray dog he had picked up along the way. The god Indra is prepared to admit him to Heaven, but refuses to admit the dog. Yudhistira refuses to abandon the dog, and prepares to turn away from the gates of Heaven. Then the dog is revealed to be the manifestation of Dharma, the god of righteousness and justice, and who turned out to be his deified self. Yudhistira enters heaven in the company of his dog, the god of righteousness.  Yudhistira is known by the epithet Dharmaputra, the lord of righteous duty.

These photos speak much louder than words can, & need none to say what they want to convey.

All Baby Animals Enjoy in Nature and Freedom, Except One !

Cuteness is usually characterized by some combination of infant-like physical traits, especially small body size with a disproportionately large head, large eyes, and round and softer body features. Infantile personality traits, such as playfulness, fragility, helplessness, curiosity, innocence, affectionate behavior, and a need to be nurtured are also generally considered cute. Wild animals can be vicious and disease-ridden, but who can resist them in baby form? These images are so cute they will make you swoon. Take a look on the last photo, this baby deserves much more attention…

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

25 Examples of Animals Bokeh Photography

By now many of you must have heard the term “Bokeh”. If not than it is nothing but the blurred effect of light in a photography. Basically in Bokeh photography there are mainly two areas, one is the object area which is in focus and the other is the outer area which is out of focus. Blurring the out of focus area of light is the Bokeh effect. Many a times we hear terms like Good and Bad Bokeh. Good Bokeh means something that adds value to the photograph and a bad bokeh means an effect which creates confusion. In this post we are publishing 25 Examples of Animals Bokeh Photography for your inspiration.

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