Monday Morning Wake-Up Call: Not yet…

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T.G.I.F.

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Monday Morning Wake-Up Call: Blahhhh

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Monday Morning Wake-Up Call: You up yet?

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“The pictures were taken by veteran nature photographer Steven Kazlowski.  The images were taken in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, along the Arctic Coast of Alaska.  There are currently around 20,000 wild bears living in the Arctic Circle.  That number could be cut by two thirds by mid century if the Arctic continues to warm due to climate change.  In 2008, the US government declared polar bears an endangered species and banned all American hunters from returning from Canada with their trophies.  Norway is the only country that has banned all hunting for the species, with Russia, Alaska and Greenland allowing native communities to hunt the bears as a food source.”

DON’T MISS Kazlowski’s other incredible pictures of the polar bears here.


Quote & Image Source: Dailymail.co.uk

Saturday Morning Work-Out Inspiration: Let’s Run!

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A baby polar bear learns how to walk…


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T.G.I.F.: It’s True! I’m starting my diet today.

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Happy Mother’s Day

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Northern Sea Otter and baby

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Sunday Morning: Canada

Two men.  Hitchhiking from Vancouver to Yukon. They traveled over 4,000 miles to the land of icebergs and grizzly bears.  This clip reminded me of quote in a post by makebelieveboutique.com:

Infinite nature, which is boundless Spirit, unutterable, not intelligible, outside of all imagination, beyond all essence, unnameable, known only to the heart.

~ Robert Fludd

CANADA from FRAME3 on Vimeo.

Feel like…

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T.G.I.F.: How hard can this be?


…Apparently very hard.  A polar bear smells a seal under the ice.  Unfortunately for the bear, the ice is too thick.

Source: headlikeanorange via Planet Earth Live – BBC


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