Fox hole

A red fox mouses for prey under the snow in this funny picture by Cameron Sullivan Photography.

Where’s Santa?

Captured in the snowy forest of Montebello, Quebec, photographer Alan Poelman snapped this beautiful moment of five wild red deer.

Peace and quiet

If you stare at this photo for a moment, you can almost experience the calm stillness of this solitary duck swimming across Blessington Lakes in Ireland.

A bit chilly out

A Muskox in heavy wind and snow in Norway by photographer Steffen Johnsen. Incredible to see any species built to tolerate such extreme conditions.

Man Feeding Swans

Taken in Poland along the Vistula River, this beautifully composed photograph was taken by Marcin Ryczek and tells an important story of our symbiotic relationship with nature. .

Snow Roller

A rare phenomenon, ‘snow rollers’ occur naturally when the wind catches a cylindrical snowball and it begins to roll over a great distance. Sometimes they can become as large as a car!

The Polar Vortex

As the news continues to report record low temperatures and winter storms hitting as far south as the U.S. State of Texas, it’s time to talk about what a Polar Vortex is exactly and why this is happening. Having been knee-deep in a Polar Vortex before, Noel and Jacob break down the science behind the arctic blast, what it means for our Earth’s climate, and that the only way to survive an Ice Age is in a Wendy’s.

Where Snow Meets the Sea

Taken on the western coast of Japan in the San’in Kaigan GeoPark by photographer Hisa (@ag.lr.88) on Instagram. Beautiful shot as we witness two biomes collide.

Snowy Owl Imposter

“This snowy owl looks sus.” The expression on this snowy owl’s face looking at this other imposter owl made out of snow is priceless.

snowflake

Closeup of a Snowflake

If you’re looking for miracles, you don’t have to go far. Nature is filled with miracles. Take the snowflake, for example.