12 brilliant animals share their thoughts following blizzard

12 brilliant animals share their thoughts following blizzard

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Whether it’s Tian Tian the panda who can’t get enough of snow-caked fur or two horses frolicking in the cold white stuff, winter has announced its presence. And everyone on planet Earth can either embrace it, or try to not hate its guts.

So we wondered, what do those who perennially spend time outdoors have to say after the onslaught of the weekend’s East Coast blizzard? It’s no water off a duck’s back to fare a blizzard, and we want to know from those with the water on their backs. Don’t fear if you dislike the cold — these animals still give a ton of good, warm vibes.

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12 brilliant animals share their thoughts following blizzard

Photographer's portraits make snowmen look like high art

Photographer’s portraits make snowmen look like high art

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Snowmen: simple winter pastime or high art? It depends on how you look at them.

These incredibly well-shot snowman portraits, taken by photographer Konstantin Sergeyev, make us want to place more meaning on these cute, goofy creations.

Couple casually takes stunning engagement photos in record-setting blizzard

Couple casually takes stunning engagement photos in record-setting blizzard

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For one Northeastern couple, buckets full of snow close to their wedding day is not so much a nightmare, but a dream come true

Over the stormy weekend, during what most people would consider a snowpocalyptic excuse to stay indoors, one loving pair took the weather as an opportunity to snap some photos. After hearing the news of a huge blizzard, Felicia Sam and David Nartey jumped at the chance to brace the cold, taking along their photographer Dotun Ayodeji to capture their engagement in wonderful snowy fashion

The fearless couple hit the road early Friday evening for Fort Meade, Maryland, driving more than half an hour to reach their destination, according to ABC News. Read more…

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Man posing in a traditional boudoir photo shoot is beyond stunning

Man posing in a traditional boudoir photo shoot is beyond stunning

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Women often pose in sexy boudoir photo shoots to show they care for their significant others — so it only makes sense that men do it as well. It’s 2016, after all.

Dubbing it “dudoir,” Masika May posted her latest collection of photographs featuring a man posed in the same traditional poses — complete with shy smiles, flirty glances at the camera, suggestive body language and very little clothing.

According to May, Brendon Williams of Langford, Canada contacted her back in September, and together, they created the concept they wanted for the photo shoot. Williams, who is a friend of May, wanted to take the sexy pictures for a photo book for his wife, whose birthday was on Jan. 19. Read more…

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The very first war photography was staged

The very first war photography was staged

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Captain Thomas Longworth Dames of the British Royal Artillery.

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In the 1850s, the Crimean War emerged from a dispute over the rights of Christian minorities in the Ottoman-controlled Holy Land. Tensions among Russia, France and the Ottoman Empire eventually boiled over into a war centered in the Balkans and the critical warm-water ports of the Crimean Peninsula in the Black Sea.

The fighting in Crimea, which included the famed “Charge of the Light Brigade,” eventually settled into a prolonged stalemate, with allied British, French and Ottomans besieging the Russian-held port of Sevastopol Read more…

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