There are many people in this world who have strange desires and abilities and they can do different things as hobbies and also for a living. Living with nature and observing the behavior of animals as well as various things in plants is not a hobby or a livelihood for many. However, being with animals in favorable atmosphere reduces the stress far less than living in an urban area and this is why it is worth living with nature as a cheap good way to get rid of it all. Also, it is the job of a handful of people to live this way with wildlife for mental healing, to show off their talents, to take photos and show them to the world.
Jay Rainey is a different-minded photographer who lives in a cabin in the woods in British Columbia, Canada. She thus likes to photograph animals that crawl, slide or float in the environment for a special event. A tea party was prepared for the animals and photographs were taken to show off the magical experience of how the animals react with the arrangement and also to see the behavior of them.
Jay explains about the tea party “Over the seasons friends oozed, hopped, flew, crawled or slithered by for tea. We had enchanted tea parties in this magical yard. Their manners were charming, except for Ms. Toad who peed on my hand as I was helping her be seated. She had a pre-existing bladder disorder so I didn’t take it personally. The woodland guests came to my home. The ocean dwelling friends invited me to theirs on the stony stores of the Salish Sea.”
“As a tea snob I like black, loose leaf, organic, fair-trade, free range, non-gluten, shade-grown, CFC free, no MSG, vegan, dolphin friendly, Earl Grey tea. Some guests preferred we share a pot of fresh picked mint tisane. Two chose an earwig infusion. It was slightly bitter.”
Finally she says “ My gratitude to Mother Nature, who nurtures these delicate little wonders. Long may she reign”