The Animal Print Shop

Have I ever told you that I'm a huge animal lover? My constant companion is a 5 year old golden retriever called Sam. My three daughters are equally animal crazy - I often find pictures of puppies and bunny rabbits on my desktop after they've been on my computer.
But none are near as fabulous as the ones you'll find in The Animal Print Shop by talented photographer, Sharon Montrose.

I've long admired the adorable framed faces in this nursery, so today I wanted to tell you a little bit more about The Animal Print Shop, and share with you some of my favourites.

Sharon Montrose has found a way to combine two of her passions - photography and animals. Her definitive photographic style has made her one of the most sought-after commercial animal photographers for over a decade. The animals photographed for this series are real live animals, raised (and many rescued) by loving, experienced, and dedicated animal keepers and handlers.

One of Sharon's most well known series is named the "Little Darlings". These faces will just melt your heart! I love each and every one of them, but if I had to pick my top three, these would be them...

Another favourite is part of the "Babies" series. My youngest daughters are identical twins and since they were tiny toddlers they have been extremely inquisitive, quite mischievous, and amazing climbers! The "Climbing Cubs" print has to be a part of their bedroom makeover I'm about to undertake - it's the perfect animal representation of them.

I'm also very partial to the gorgeous "Lion Cub Twins", they'll have to come to.

And how could I not have "Baby Elephant"?! Just look at that smile - aaww!

Of course, not all of Sharon's models are cute babies. This guy is so cool - now that is my idea of having horns on the wall.

And you may recognise this handsome American Buffalo from many blogs and Pinterest boards.

This is just a small selection of what is available over at The Animal Print Shop. Please go and see all the incredible photographs for yourself, and while you're there, check out their blog, which is where most of these photos came from.