Oh, the things we put our pets through! Why is it so fun to dress up Fido in a sweater and put a hat on the cat? And yet, they still remain so loving and loyal. Perhaps this is why we love our pets so much, and why they deserve a day in the spotlight for all we make them do.
It’s pumpkin season again and we are ready for Halloween and Jack-o’-Lanterns.
When Rafael Mantesso’s wife left him, he had nothing left but his dog, Jimmy, and an empty apartment. But when he started doodling on the floors and walls, and snapping photos of Jimmy alongside the sketches, he was unwittingly changing the course of their lives.
Max Ellis may not know what the squirrels in his backyard are going to do next, but there’s no doubt it will be interesting – and probably hilarious.
Learn how distance from friends and family, combined with the stress of being new parents, led Leon and Lilly Mackie to create an internet sensation with their empty moving boxes.
Vicki-Lea Boulter delights uses her photography to delight children and bring their dreams to life. Her unique approach and simple technique is unencumbered by the strictures of traditional portraiture. Learn more about her work in this episode of The Weekly Flickr.
The Black Heroines Project began as a way to help Marc Bushelle’s 5-year-old daughter Lily learn about African-American women whose strength and courage have made a difference in the world. His photos featuring Lily beside photos of iconic women have gone viral and have led to a number of fascinating surprises.
These days, it’s hard not to come across parents begging for our attention online by posting photos of their kids. But when you take a look at photographer Dave Engledow’s photostream, it’s pretty clear that he doesn’t have to beg for our attention — he already has it!
It’s ironic to think a fly created so much buzz online, but that’s exactly what happened. When Belgian web designer Nicholas Hendrickx posted “The Adventures of Mr. Fly” series, hundreds of thousands of people clicked on his photostream just to see where one little bug would turn up next.