Photo of the day

In honor of my previous post, a baby bunny photo from an old Telegraph animal photos of the week.  Now, do you really want to shoot that with a Glock?

A fine arts photographer from Bangladesh has taken the most adorable photos of his baby rabbits.   Ashraful Arefin, from Dhaka, decided to document the first 30 days of these baby rabbits lives.

A fine arts photographer from Bangladesh has taken the most adorable photos of his baby rabbits. Ashraful Arefin, from Dhaka, decided to document the first 30 days of these baby rabbits lives.Picture: Rex

Photo of the day

From an Atlantic photos of the week.  Volcano and lightning together?  Too cool:

Volcanic lightning is seen at an eruption of Mount Sakurajima, in this photo taken from Tarumizu, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, on February 5, 2016. The volcano, located about 50 kilometers (30 miles) from a nuclear plant, erupted on Friday, Japan’s Meteorological Agency said, sending fountains of lava into the night sky.

Kyodo / Reuters

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This was in a really good David Roberts article about practicality versus ideology on the Democratic side.  Worth a post.  For now, I couldn’t resist this photo:

sanders millennials

(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)Millennials for #revolution.

Photo of the day

Given that I went to the circus this week, this shot from National Geographic Found seems appropriate:

Children read a Sylvan Drew Circus billboard, 1931. Photograph by Jacob J. Gayer, National Geographic Creative

Children read a Sylvan Drew Circus billboard, 1931.PHOTOGRAPH BY JACOB J. GAYER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

Photo of the day

From the Telegraph’s week in pictures:

People climb on an artificial ice-wall in Liberec, about 100 km north of Prague, Czech Republic

People climb on an artificial ice-wall in Liberec, about 100 km north of Prague, Czech RepublicPicture: AP

Photo of the day

Also from In Focus photos of the week:

A dog runs on the frozen surface of the Yenisei River in Taiga area, with the air temperature at about minus 28 degrees Celsius (-18.4 degrees Fahrenheit), outside Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, on January 28, 2016.

Ilya Naymushin / Reuters

Photo of the day

What is it about tennis that makes for some of the coolest sport photographs?  Anyway, from In Focus photos of the week:

Gael Monfils of France dives for a forehand in his fourth round match against Andrey Kuznestov of Russia, during day eight of the 2016 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 25, 2016, in Melbourne, Australia.

Cameron Spencer / Getty
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