The Bristol Post reports that photographer Bob Pitchford was simply trying to catch a snap of the gorilla chewing on some grass, but instead, he got the bird!
While this photo may have just been very well-timed and nothing more, it’s hard to deny, as Bob told the paper, that the animal is a “bit cheesed off.”
“When I saw the pictures, I just thought ‘you little devil’,” Bob said.
A crow has been caught catching a ride on the back of a bald eagle in mid-flight. The cheeky ride was captured by amateur photographer Phoo Chan in Seaback, Washington. “It was as if it was taking a short break and at the same time a free ride. What’s more surprising was the eagle didn’t seem to mind and kept flying as if nothing happened,” MailOnline quotes Chan as saying.
“I think the crow decided to land on the eagle because the eagle did not respond to its harassment so it landed briefly and then left. Eventually the crow flew away and the eagle continued to hunt for its breakfast.”
Chan said the birds went off in different directions but reckons that after their brief encounter they had become friends.
Photo Credit: (Picture: Media Drum World)
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I’ve said it before I’ll say it again, “Music can save you life.” It might not rescue you from a burning building or keep you warm when your freezing but it can lift your spirits up when your down. It can transport you to a place you can call home and be a refuge from pain. It motivates you to do amazing things that you didn’t think was possible. Most importantly, it is the fast way to connect to our emotions and unlock what we are feeling at that exact moment. Whether it be when we’re fucking pissed off and want to destroy everything or we’re so sad that we want to eat a gallon of ice cream. Music can put us in place of ZEN.
OUR MOMENT OF ZEN: Pentatonix – Michael Jackson Tribute
Pentatonix, the five-piece a cappella group that first drew television audiences during its Season 3 win on NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” has again looked toward evolution to continue its success.
Monday, Pentatonix released the latest in its “Evolution of” cover series, this time honoring the musical history of the late pop megastar Michael Jackson. The five-minute medley transitions from MJ’s younger years with the Jackson Five – “I Want You Back” and “ABC” – through “Billie Jean,” “Thriller” and “Bad,” before ending with the 1995 hit “You Are Not Alone.”
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According to Danielle Jacobs, This is what having aspergers is like. Please no negative comments this really happened and it’s not easy to open myself and share what it’s like on a daily basis. This is what’s considered a meltdown. Yes Samson is alerting. I trained him to alert to depressive episodes and self harm not both but he alerted. It appears the response is late but it’s actually supposed to be as I’m coming out of the meltdown as I tend to have a panic attack after.
A man walking in a national forest in central Florida has captured a rare image of a raccoon appearing to ride on the back of an alligator.
Richard Jones was walking with his family in the Ocala National Forest when they spotted the alligator.
He believes his son startled the raccoon while trying to take a picture of the reptile.
The image has become an internet sensation since the photo was taken on Sunday morning.
Mr Jones told local television station WFTV that he “snapped a lucky picture right when the gator slipped into the water and before the raccoon jumped off and scurried away”.
“Without the context you’d think the raccoon was hitching a ride across the river,” he told the television station.
Standing on your bow
looking at the wall of waves
crashing into our loveboat
causing sounds of thunder
to ripple across the ocean.
I hold the rail
to steady myself
for the rough seas ahead
but I know we’ll get through it
because I have FAITH,
faith in us.
it’s not going to be perfect.
I am not
going to be perfect,
going to be perfect
but then again
as life fills up
to the bottom,
I take a deep breath.
I am committed.
Ready to go down
with the ship
taking one last deep breath
nothing ever really dies.
We will be transformed
into lovestruck bees
tall sunflowers fields
creating our own
our stormy days
looking at the
sunny days ahead
with my Queen,