Winter time is a time for snow, sleet, and freezing rain. A time for days off from school, sledding down hills, and going skiing. It’s also a magical time in the animal kingdom where snow is free from the dirt and grime of busses, cars, and trucks. Animals have a particularly beautiful part of winter time beauty.
Some of the animals here might look cold, but most likely they are doing just fine. In the winter, many of these animals will naturally store additional body fat, not to mention add bodily fur to shield them from the low temperatures. Take a look at some of these delightful animals enjoying nature:
source: Roeselien Raimond
source: Felix Smith
source: Esmée Prexus
source: Alina S
source: Mikael Sundberg
source: Keith Williams
source: Edwin Kats
source: Cody Eichelberger
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Look people, beauty is not about what goes on in what you see on the rag mag covers, or these stupid fashion shows you see in the big cities. Starved women, staring into the abyss with utter emptiness in their eyes, mechanically moving down a catwalk. It’s sad really. Beautiful people are all around you, in your everyday life, and they don’t look like what the media has told you they should look like.
They are people full of courage and determination. People that work and sacrifice for others, and people that succeed in the face of adversity. Danielle Sheypuk is one such strong woman that made history by conquering the catwalk in a wheelchair. She’s been in a wheelchair since age two, but has become a successful Doctor who helps people with physical challenges in their lives. If only all of us could focus on the truly beautiful and brave people in the world. Bravo Danielle Sheypuk, Bravo!
source: The Huffington Post
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I’m not sure what overcomes a man or woman to want to strap long boards to their feet and hurtle themselves down a massive ramp on a mountain, only to be launched hundreds of feet in the air with no safety mechanism to catch them when they fall. And they do fall.
Look at these athletes from yesteryear and see how incredible their courage and determination were:
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