Hola, I'm Phoenix and I'm a Graphic Designer from Toronto. I like to blog about Hannibal, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, Pacific Rim, hot men and whatever tickles my fancy. I also make arts occasionally.
On a quick note, I only make pop up gifs for the fandoms I'm in.
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this photoshoot is a gift
that keeps on giving
TOUCHING TOUCHING TOUCHING
one of the more normal days on the set of Hannibal.
more bitemarks on hugh dancy?? ;)
More? Where are the previous examples. I’ve been missing out.
no way did Mads actually break the skin?! No way!
THE GAME IS TRYING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FRELL WHILE AVOIDING A RABID GROUP OF FANGIRLS AND HE NARRATES THE WHOLE THING I C ANT BREEA THE
NEW HANNIBAL PROMO - for those outside the U.S.
Stay away. STAY THE FUCK AWAY.
o look at the precious pup
"I appreciate a good suit that is comfortable and fits well, but fashion is not something that I spend much time worrying about on a day-to-day basis."
Today the Department of Unexpected Interspecies Friendship shows us a real life example of The Fox and the Hound currently taking place in a forest in Norway. Sniffer the wild fox and Tinni the domestic dog first met by chance while Tinni was out for a walk with his human, photographer Torgeir Berge. The unlikely pair became fast friends and now Torgeir photographs their heartwarming daily encounters. Sniffer and Tinni frolic in their secluded woodland playground until they’ve tired each other out, at which point they settle down and relax together.
The tender and playful relationship between the two is captured in these photos and Berge was so inspired by it that he decided to release a book chronicling the canine duo called The Fox and the Dog which will feature fairytales based on their friendship.
More so, Berge noted how similar his dog and Sniffer were and his thoughts on Norway’s controversial fox-fur trade changed so much that he is now campaigning to have it banned. Berge observed ‘how similar foxes and dogs actually are’ and labels the fox, the ‘dog of the forest’.
Berge will donate a large portion of the proceeds from the book to help his conservation and anti-fur trade campaign.