I wish I had known this earlier, I would have given you advance warning. For the first time, the Iditarod ceremonial start is being live-streamed FOR FREE at Iditarod.com. Take a few minutes and check out these powerful working dogs and their handlers. The last racer is scheduled to take off at 1:04 pm Alaskan […]
I finally got that coyote pair together on the trail camera. The bad news is that bitch has a bad injury to one of her front feet, perhaps the result of a trap injury. The good news is her mate is a big playful rascal, who is giving me the best coyote footage I’ve been able to get.
Here are the two videos:
I love coyotes, but they are the hardest animals to catch on trail camera. I knew they had been messing with the deer hide and skull that I’ve left out there all winter, so I set up the camera and waited.
The Moultrie 1100i camera doesn’t alert the coyotes at all.
If you want to get coyotes on a trail camera, you need to get one that makes very little noise and doesn’t have flashing lights. Most of the models that you can buy for taking photos of white-tailed deer– which really aren’t that cautious by comparison– will not work for coyotes.
Coyotes live by always being afraid, so I’m really amazed to get this footage of a pair of coyotes relaxing and being dogs.
Yes. They are so doggy. These videos prove it.
I really hope the bitch is able to adjust to her disability, but the wild is not a friendly place. It actually makes me wince to watch her scooting along on three legs.
Poor old girl.
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Gaur are the largest of all cattle species, but in some parts of India, they are as common in backyards as white-tailed deer are here.
These animals are sometimes called “Indian bison,” but they are actually more closely related to domestic cattle.
Living with large wild bovines can be a hazard. I think that’s why the aurochs was made extinct in Europe, and the European bison was reduced to just a few relict populations. It’s also why American bison don’t roam like they once did.
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It’s Oscars week you guys! It’s Oscars week! Since I was a little girl, I’ve looked forward to the Academy Awards, which air this Sunday evening. I wanted to be an actress throughout my childhood, and into early adulthood as well – I even have a bachelors degree in acting. Most of my training was in stage theatre, but I had full on stars in my eyes for movies, and that was my ultimate dream. While I eventually turned my career aspirations toward design (it was actually a required costume design course for my degree that flipped the switch to clothing design for me), my love affair with film never died. There is little I love doing more than watching movies, and Oscar night is hands down my favorite night of the year to turn on the television.
When it comes to movies, I love everything from tiny indie films to action blockbusters. And although I am by no means a classic film buff (truth be told I’ve really only seen a handful of old movies, mostly the very famous ones), I have a fascination with classic hollywood that stems from my childhood dreams of one day becoming a glamorous movie star. I’m infinitely intrigued by learning more about the stories of the actors’ lives (which so often seemed to be filled with drama and heartache), and I absolutely love looking at photographs of them at their most dolled up. So in honor of Oscars week, I thought I’d share some of my all-time favorite shots of these iconic celebrities. Each of them can be found (and purchased!) on photos.com.
Who else is excited about the Oscars this weekend? Who is your favorite classic Hollywood star? (Forever an Audrey girl over here!)
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It has now been four and a half years since I got married, and since that time, there have admittedly been very few wedding themed posts around here. That said, this is actually the second bridal shoot we’ve featured in the last month, but it is so absolutely gorgeous that when photographer Rebecca Carroll submitted it, I could’t resist publishing. I love mysterious, whimsical forest-themed photo shoots (as you can probably tell by looking through the ones I’ve showcased here on the blog over the years), and with the dark lighting and deep green colored moss contrasted against the bright white of the dress, this one had an especially magical quality to it. I’m excited to share some of my favorite shots with you guys today. (Can I also mention my envy over the fact that this is the photographer’s back yard?)
I asked Rebecca to tell me a little more about the inspiration and details behind the shoot. “Our theme was west coast winter,” she explained. “The giant trees and lush green. Of course we were hoping it would be cold enough for at least some frost but, in typical southern Vancouver island style it wasn’t quite cold enough. We shot this in my back yard which is in the works of becoming a ceremony venue – eventually it will be reception location too. Franziska (decor) and I planned this shoot out very quickly, and were instantly on the same page. She really pulled it off well with her style. We incorporated some local style and some of her Swiss touch with the faux fur and antlers. The bouquets and other flowers were immaculate – white and red roses nestled with dusty miller and local greenery. It really screamed winter wedding. The whole shoot felt like a mixture of Snow White (with her pale fairytale look) meets Viking queen (with the fur and silver goblets). The jewelry was made by a local designer in the style of twigs, which was a perfect fit for our aesthetic. And that dress! It featured a half lace half satin fit and flare style with a classic sheer top and sweetheart neckline. So elegant.”
Photography: Rivkah Photography by Rebecca Carroll // Model: Aisling Goodman // Hair and Makeup: Beauty and Style by Erin Bradley // Design and Decor, Floral: Franziska Castioni at Charming Decor Event Design // Dress: Lis Simon at Tres Chic Boutique // Venue: Cedar Haven Weddings