Artist Simon Menner was recently granted permission to hang out with the German Army and its talented team of snipers. The job of the sniper is to remain unseen while clearing a target from either a short or incredibly long distance. Training is rigorous and the ability to be invisible to the naked eye is a must. A quick glance at these images makes it seem like they’re just harmless landscapes; little do you know, there’s someone out there with a gun barrel pointed straight at you.
Look through the photos below and see just how good these snipers are at their jobs. Try to find them, before they find you.
I would like to have a cat at work, or in my classes. It seems as if the day would go smoother knowing that they were hanging out with you.
Another great place for kitties? Libraries.
Do you work anywhere that allows pets on premises?
What do you think of “shop cats”?
“Yeah, I’m cool as shit.”
What are your opinions on doggie (and any animal) fashion? I think, like anything else, pet fashion is something that should be done with a hint of moderation and some kind of self control. I’m in no position to judge anyone who wants to dress their pet up. In fact, I love dressing my cat up, despite the fact that he hates it and usually ends up just trying to destroy everything I put on him. My biggest heartbreak was the trapper hat I got for him. What a waste of money.
Regardless, people love to go overboard with pet fashion and New York, the fashion capital of the world, is no exception, with an array of options when it comes to pet couturiers. Taking a great interest in this culture of pet fashion, photographer Sophie Gamand teamed up with Anthony Rubio, an established pet clothing designer. Gamand opted to work with Chihuahaus, having Rubio dress them up in just the cutest widdle outfits.
Seriously, look at these little badasses:
“Bet you wish your girlfriend was as hot as me.”
You can check out the rest of the photos on the Striking Paws website and even purchase your favorite prints, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting homeless animals.
Let us know in the comments what else you think these dogs are thinking. Actually….don’t. Or do. Whatever, it’s your life.
I’ll have to say that inchworms are pretty neat, even cute sometimes. But what if it is sleepytime, and you start encountering them?
I’ll just wish you goodnight and leave these photos with you.
Hope you enjoy creepy-crawlies!
via Rusty Clark
Living in the city for most of my life, then moving to the country is quite a paradigm shift. Before WV, the only time I saw farm animals were in parades and Busch Gardens. Every time I see a cow standing near a fence, I want to stop what I’m doing and pet it.
Then I remember that they’re cows, not kitties. (Don’t forget that they’re also very tasty!)