I’m currently checked into a hotel which reeks of 70s Danish modern — blonde wood, bare brick, smoked glass surfaces — and, like many places in Denmark, cigarette smoke. Being in the presence of an authentic Beocom phone makes up for it though:
Also, there’s a cute little wind farm outside; a few Vestas V27s (or smaller) on lattice towers at 56Â° 7â€² 22.11â€³ N, 8Â° 13â€² 48.94â€³ E:
There was a very cute malamute in MEC today. She wasn’t too keen on shopping, so she’d lie down for a bit every now and again, anchoring her owner to the spot.
Domestic Living With Slow Lorises; venomous, stinky, quite bitey, but very, very cute.
First I saw groundhogs on Ashtonbee, then we saw Bill the Pomeranian Guy in Yorkville. He had a whole bunch of pups with him, and these little critters were friendly, fuzzy and fearless.
We had a huge skunk nosing about the back garden this morning. If they didn’t have the incredible smell potential, they’d be pretty cute.
I saw that they had the cutest critters in the pet store: hedgehogs! Best to keep ’em away from balloons, tho’.
The blurb says: This image of three dormice, torpid, has won the coveted BBC TV Countryfile photographic competition.
The winning image was taken by Steven Robinson as part of Kewâ€™s monitoring programme of this endangered species in conjunction with English Nature.
Â© 2003 Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Image: Steven Robinson, RBG Kew at Wakehurst Place
ZoÃ« has veterinarian training, so she’s looking after him.
He fits in the palm of your hand, and is unbearably cute.
Here’s a better picture (thumbnail links to larger image):
Both pictures by Dave.