This is a lovely and interesting way to tell your animal friends about nature. I’m going to try and get them to look at this one a bit more.
This is a one-picture-per-animal. Of course, there are a lot more than just those two. If you have a dog, cat, parrot, guinea pig, or any of a number of other animal friends, this is a great way to let them know about your animal friends, or the animals you want them to know about. You can also use it to describe your favorite kind of food (e.g.
I’m eating a banana.
It’s a great way to tell your friends about your animal friend, but it can be a bit challenging to find captions for each picture. You either have to scan the pictures yourself, or rely on Google’s image search to find them. If you’re feeling lazy, then you can do a search for “animals with captions,” which will bring up a number of results from Flickr, which you can then copy & paste into your own blog post.
Another alternative is to use it to describe your dog, cat, bird, or whatever animal you love, and just paste the caption you want to use into your post. I use it to describe my dog, and I always include a picture. It’s a pretty simple way to link your blog post back to the main blog page, and it also makes it easy to link to other blog posts in the future.
It’s great to have a blog, and it’s great to have pictures on it. But there’s a whole world out there of other, non-bloggy animals.
I use this to link to other pictures I find on the internet. Just because its not on a blog post doesn’t mean you can’t get a link. For example, I link to a picture of a cat that is a part of the Kitten Corner page at my own blog. You can find this picture on the internet, but there is a big difference between your blog post having a picture and having pictures on your blog post.
The other big difference is how much time is spent searching for photos. I know when I have pictures of cats on my blog they have a lot of time to search, but I find that I can only search for one picture per day. So it’s a good thing you don’t get the time, because you can find more than one picture, if you search for a picture you can find two, three, or more pictures in more than one day.
The cats on your blog are probably more interested in looking at the pictures than reading your blog. They have to get the pictures, so they put the pictures on your blog. They don’t want you to know about them, so they put them in your blog. I had to stop searching for cats pictures for a few days because I was so overwhelmed with pictures that I couldn’t find any.