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"Fire on Ice": Polar Bear on Hudson Bay, Canada, waiting for the bay to freeze to begin the annual seal hunt. (Submitted by Greg Gulbransen)

I saw this very thing happen in Alaska...the boat was bigger and further away though

Humpback whales feeding in Alaska. Photo by Scott Methvin Credits: OCEAN DEFENDER - Hawaii — with Eirletta Hollingsworth, Rah Francis O'Hara and Ana G. The majesty of these whales is breath taking.

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northern lights

Bucket List: To see the Northern Lights (this picture is from the shores of the Mackenzie River in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories)

Shadow Birds by damiendavis

intothegreatunknown: “ Shadow Birds, Lechlade (by damiendavis) ”

2015 It's Amazing Out There Photo Contest Winners | The Weather Channel

2015 It's Amazing Out There Photo Contest Winners

Give me this to read novels under the trees, and to write novels looking out on the world. I would live a happy, happy life.

This is actually Rioveggio in Italy but it might as well be England and since I know that theres a number of you having beautiful, lazy Autumn days off today heres a lovely place for you to picture yourself right now. (by chiara lana)

Uzun yürüyüşe çıkan kimse Mus buzağı ve inek

Baby moose hitches a ride on mama. The baby moose is probably in shallow water further behind the mom which makes him look like he's riding on her back.

The rarest of the Northern Lights, red.

The rarest of the Northern Lights, red. I saw the red ones years ago. At first I didn't think they were an aurora because they were red. They were absolutely stunning.

Pink Sand Beach, Isla Harbour, Bahamas

Pink Sands Beach, Isla Harbour, Bahamas " This gorgeous speck of land is known for its flower-lined streets, quaint cottages, and above all for the pinkish hue of its eastern beaches.