The ‘Business Baby’ (or the ‘No Bullshit Business Baby‘) is a new meme that was born after Redditor C0LDBLUERIBB0N posted a photo of a baby eating breakfast that was originally shared on Facebook. Things have really taken off since then, so here are some notable examples:
Meet Sniffer the Fox and Tinni the Dog, a real life fox and hound from Norway. They are best friends that met in a forest where Tinni’s owner, photographer Torgeir Berge lives. Berge started taking pictures of the unusual couple’s friendship and plans to publish a book. The proceeds will go towards Norwegian anti-fur trade campaign. Check out the photos below:
Peyton McCubbin is a 12-year-old girl with schizencephaly, a condition similar to cerebral palsy. She is in a wheelchair, but that doesn’t mean she is not having fun for Halloween, despite her disability. Each year, Peyton’s parents build awesome costumes around their daughter’s wheelchair.
Photographer Murad Osmann‘s girlfriend leads him around the world in a series of Instagram photos titled ‘Follow Me To’. The young Russian photographer captures the images from his point of view, revealing only the back of his girlfriend as she takes him by the hand around the beautiful, exotic landscapes.
A little Japanese boy named Tasuku and his French Bulldog ‘Muu’ are best friends forever. Aya Sakai, the boy’s mother, is taking pictures of their adorable friendship and sharing them on Instagram. Check out the photos bellow and…
Captain lost control of his boat while backing down and maneuvering on a Black Marlin off the coast of Panama. The boat sank but the crew was rescued by the photo boat.
Meet Sam, the cat with eyebrows. Yes, those eyebrows are real and Sam is already among cat celebrities on Instagram. Check out the photos bellow and…
Shetland ponies wearing cardigan sweaters are the official ambassadors of Visit Scotland tourism campaign. Photographer Rob McDougall captured two cute ponies named Fivla and Vitamin dressed in traditional Fair Isle Scottish cardigans to celebrate the Year of Natural Scotland.Their onesies were made out of Shetland wool by a local knitter Doreen Brown. The ponies live at the Thordale Shetland Stud Centre.