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A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season


A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Marina 600x450 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Photography By : Kirill Vorontsov


Mountaineer 600x438 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Mountaineer

Photography By : Tim Tadder


New York City 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

New York City

Photography By : David et Myrtille dpcom.fr


singing in the rain  600x440 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

singing in the rain *

Photography By : BLOAS Meven


snow cat 600x654 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

snowfall

Photography By : sergei gladyshev


Snow lion 600x440 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

This is a male lion just sitting in amazement and watching the snow fall around him.
Despite not being classed as endangered, wild lion numbers are dwindling rapidly. 40 years ago there were believed to be over 100,000 lions on the planet – today it could be as few as 20,000. Poaching and habitat destruction remain the major causes of the decline. Incredibly in certain African countries, lions can still be hunted legally. 

Photography By :  bigcatphotos UK


Snow 600x450 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Snowfall

Photography By : Pavel Lepeshev


Snowfall s silence  600x423 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Snowfall ‘s silence 

Photography By : Pierluigi Orler


SNOWFLIGHT 600x452 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

A Great Gray Owl during a snow storm, or blizzard, over its hunting grounds during the great irruption of 2004-2005 Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. The Great Gray Owl was first described by Johann Reinhold Forster in 1772. They have also been called the phantom of the north, Spectral Owl; Lapland Owl;Spruce Owl; Bearded Owl; and Sooty Owl. These birds wait, listen, and watch for prey, then swoop down; they also may fly low through open areas in search of prey. Their large facial disks, also known as “ruffs”, focus sound, and the asymmetrical placement of their ears assists them in locating prey, because of the lack of light during the late and early hours in which they hunt. On the nesting grounds, they mainly hunt at night and near dawn and dusk; at other times, they are active mostly during the night. They have excellent hearing, and may locate (and then capture) prey moving beneath 60 cm (2 feet) of snow in a series of tunnels solely with that sense. These owls can crash through snow that could support the weight of a 180-pound person. When hot they will pant and droop their wings, exposing an unfeathered area called the apterid. They have been known to drive off predators as large as black bears when defending their nest.

Photography By : Christopher Dodds


Snowy 600x652 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

snowfall

Photography By : Vladimir Zotov


So what is this white stuff all about then 600x418 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

This is a young male Sumatran tiger cub experiencing snow for the very first time.
The most endangered of all the tiger subspecies, the Sumatran tigers are native to the Indonesian island. unlike other tigers they have webbed toes to help them swim more effectively.
They are also the smallest of the tigers with females being particularly small. There are believed to be around 350 of them remaining in Sumatra and the destruction of their rainforest habitat the main cause of their dwindling numbers. The rainforests are being destroyed so that Palm Oil plantations can replace them – obviously for commercial reasons. Sad but true.

Photography By : bigcatphotos UK


Tenacity ends upon a day 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

IF YOU DON’T SIGH AT LEAST ONCE IN FRONT OF THESE TINY HANDS, OF THESE FISTS FOR AN UNEQUAL FIGHT, MERELY A SHELTER, IF YOU DON’T FIND COMPASSION FOR THESE FINGERS CURLED UP WHILE THE BLIZZARD BLOWS IN GUSTS, YOU’RE STRONG ENOUGH TO BE PHOTOJOURNALIST… ME NEITHER… ONCE UPON A TIME, BABY DIES. IT’S HARSH ON YOUR WISH TO SEE BEAUTY AROUND. I DON’T KNOW HOW WAS THE NEXT DAYS FOR THIS YOUNG MACAQUE. MAYBE, EVERYTHING WAS OKAY. ARE WE NOT IN THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS, AFTER ALL? HOWEVER, LEIBNIZ IS NOT MY FAVORITE WRITER, SO… I CAN BE OPTIMISTIC THOUGH. SOMETIMES. HERE? LET’S IMAGINE. TRAGEDY OR FAIRY TALE. DON’T FORGET MY MOTTO: A PHOTO IS JUST A STORY, NOTHING MORE, NOTHING LESS.

Photography By : regis boileau


The pigeon feeders 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

The pigeon feeders

Photography By : Caras Ionut


A Train for the Holidays 600x450 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

A Train for the Holidays

Photography By : Greg Booher


A whiter shade of pale 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

A whiter shade of pale

Photography By : Felicia Simion


A winter story 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

A winter story

Photography By : Caras Ionut


Another Train for the Holidays 600x437 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Another Train for the Holidays

Photography By : Greg Booher


Blitzwinter in Zurich 600x500 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Blitzwinter in Zurich

Photography By : Adde Adesokan


Deep Thoughts 600x450 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Deep Thoughts

Photography By : Claire Wadey


Flight of the Snow 600x447 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Flight of the Snow

Photography By : Toru Kona


Fox First Snow 600x450 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Can you imagine…being a young fox, thinking you have seen it all.
And then all of a sudden these white ‘things’ begin to fall from the sky…
And since there’s no escaping, you’d better enjoy it icon wink A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Photography By : Roeselien Raimond


in from the cold 600x910 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Photography By : Viktoria Haack


Its snow time 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Nature light only :)!

Photography By : Timo Soasepp


Let it snow... A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Let it snow…

Photography By : Arseniy Semyonov


Let it snow 600x410 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

New York, New York

Photography By : Andrew Bayda


lhiver dernier à Belgrade 600x650 A Warm Photo Welcome to Snowfall Season

Today for show and tell, I’ve brought a tiny marvel of nature: a single snowflake! I think we might all learn a lesson from how this utterly unique and exquisite crystal turns into an ordinary, boring molecule of water just like every other one when you bring it into the classroom.
And now, while the analogy sinks in, I will be leaving you drips and going outside…

Photography By : Dragan Todorović



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