Is the universe laughing behind our backs, or does it simply have a different agenda? Sometimes life is beautiful, sometimes it’s weird, mostly it’s just unpredictable. Which is pretty cool. Most of the time.
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And no one was watching!
Bird’s Eye View
Flamingoes doing a Flamingo
(No one knows I’m wearing a mini-skirt behind this counter.)
Talk about fresh!
An Intimate Moment
Giant wave? Or just a matter of perspective?
Don’t get a big head.
Nice hair, but that schnoz!.
I love you, deer.
“Now you want a close-up?”
“Look, Ralph I’m a human!”
Dave and Tommy were caught off guard the day gravity disappeared.
Strike 3–no, wait, looks like it struck about 12, actually.
“Yeah, we’re good. Why do you ask?”
The moment the Commisar snapped his camera.
“Big smile, guys!”
World’s Tallest Toddler
Donut snatcher caught in the act!
Face it, some Jeeps hate snow.
“My sister? I don’t know where she is.”
“Nope, nothing happening here.”
Attack of the Pod Children
“Wave? What wave?”
“Wait, is that my foot?”
It’s right once a month
“Hey, look at the little tail fin.”
Not so fast!
Something about that wave…
“Bad singer, is he!”
“You’re so beautiful!”
What is it with horses and hair gel?
Why did the chicken…
“Hey, congratu–oooo, are those canapes? I love canapes!”
Porpoise in flight
“Wait, I think something’s happening to my…”
“The words always and never ever cannot be uttered by mortals like us.” ~Anupama Garg
“A small event as tiny as a drop of a pin can change the direction of your entire life” ~Bangambiki Habyarimana
“Adventures are not predictable and moderately exciting, with predetermined outcomes. Adventures are things going wrong: situations you don’t expect, friends who betray you, equipment that fails…the ones where your knowledge, your skills, and your strength of character are necessary to complete your mission.” ~Elizabeth Moon
“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature. God doesn’t always call the equipped, but he will always equip the called.” ~Helen Keller