Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Meet Thor’s The Bangal Cat

“Thor The Bengal Cat” is one of lovely felines that look right into your soul and beyond. You’d be amazed to look his emerald green eyes, lurking from his stunning sandy fur that is even real. The Bengal Cat fur is flawless, even his tummy has spots! Actually makes him more majestic animal on planet earth. The Thor cat has gone viral since his photographs appeared online. 

The Thor Cat owner is proud to be his servant, because when he opens his mouth, I’m ready to serve him. But I’m really acknowledged that we got lots of affection in place for it. This Thor Cat is very active and beautiful animal, even though he talks all day, and if we don’t answer him, he gets pissed with loud meowing. He has habits of to get crazy and climbs walls before going to sleep. He seems like a child doesn’t want to sleep. Therefore, after few minutes he gets calm and goes to bed. Thor’s cat is increasingly popular on Instagram gives us a glimpse into his personality. Though he often dons a thoughtful expression and menacing prowl, Thor is not afraid to let loose and show off his gloriously-spotted belly.

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Photographer Captures Wild Remote Beauty of Norway, Iceland and Scotland’s Landscapes

Well, Iceland, Scandinavia, and Scotland are generally famous for their icy exteriors; however, in a fresh series of pictures the countries have been lit by rosier hues. The jaw-dropping photographs have been taken by the 26 years old photographer George the Explorer, also known as George Turner. He describes '20-something British landscape and wildlife photographer exploring the world. The photographer from Dorset has spent the last two years documenting scenery from some of the wildest places on earth by visiting remote areas of countries in the Northern hemisphere. Therefore, in these pictures the giant-sized beauty of the countryside in these cold climates is shown in a dissimilar light as they are frequently captured in the height of summer. Hence, beautiful deserted lakes, rural villages and craggy mountain tops all features in the striking photographs, taken on Turner's trusty Nikon 17-35mm f2.8 lens.