All of us always stop to take a picture of a good view, and that good view sometimes might be some beautiful front doors. There is a photographer who is a “door lover”.
Bella Foxwell a self-proclaimed, based in London who captures and shares the most beautiful doors around the British capital on her Instagram page titled The Doors of London. Her job involves building accounts for big consumer brands and she started the Doors of London account as a challenge to see if she could practice what she preaches. She said: “Since I was already obsessed with doors, it felt like a natural fit as my ‘niche.”
Below you can see Bella’s photos of the most beautiful doors around London. Enjoy!
As the old saying goes: “Never work with children or animals.” It’s a phrase meant to indicate the unpredictable nature of toddlers and wildlife which – however delightful – aren’t always the most cooperative colleagues. Obviously, many of you who have pets in your home, you know how curios they can be. Indeed, they do anything to rest their curiosity without caring if they’re interrupting a phone call, video-meeting or anything else. But as it seems except cats and dogs, other animals share that curiosity as well.
If you are a wildlife photographer, for instance, you have to admit that the animals are not caring about what you are doing in their territories. Even your domesticated animals may interrupt you while taking photographs or when you work in the home. Whether they are wild or not, large or small, they are curious about these cameras and pictures.
In a viral Twitter thread, Joaquim Campa has compiled an extensive list of animals that interrupt wildlife photographers. The pictures shown are truly adorable. You can see Foxes, meerkats, leopard cubs, penguins, and even seal peeking at the cameras curiously. It is a lot of pictures. Sometimes even the animals themselves have become the photographers. But no matter their break-in style, it’s impossible to not scroll through the whole thread and go “aww” while marveling at these playful and curious creatures.
But anyway, enough talk. Scroll right down to see our favorites from Campa’s thread. Also, remember to upvote your favorites!