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Photograph Winter wonderland by Pim Leijen on Such a cute fox, enjoying the snow like a cutie!

Waah! Should be in Nature but he/she looks so cute in the wintery snow :)

Trend Spotting: The Fox

aspirethesenses: Fairytale Fox (by: Roeselien Raimond) So stoked for snow. Fairytale Fox (by: Roeselien Raimond) So stoked for snow.

I love deer till they eat all my veggies/herbs/flowers in summer!!!  Then I'm lookin for my shotgun

50 Winter Poems for Adults and Kids

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baby dog The Arctic wolf Snow Wolf dog Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes.

Lovely Snowy Day-BEAUTIFUL horse...

Winter is Beautiful (25 photos)

What's cuter than cute animals? Why cute animals covered in snow of course! Start your day with a smile with these adorable pictures.

would love to have a white Christmas and go on a sleigh ride!

Dashing through the snow in a one-horse open sleigh, Arabesque's favorite names for Draft Horse Pair Mare & Gelding is "Jingle & Bell" . :-) Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way!

How do the animals in the forests survive the winters?    Mother Nature has has taught them to be resourceful...

How do the animals in the forests survive the winters? Mother Nature has has taught them to be resourceful.

Beautiful!

for a white and wood christmas

OP: "Moose in winter." The moose is thinking: "Could be worse. Could be Norway." (Accounting grumbles: "Hej, we resemble that remark. BTW Should we tell the moose that he's actually a reindeer?

“For the listener, who listens in the snow, / And, nothing himself, beholds /Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is.” ― Wallace Stevens More

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Another pinner wrote: We call them Deer Trees, old orchard or wild apple trees that have persistant fruit. In the early winter deer flock to these to supplement their diet befor the hard winter sets in.

We call them Deer Trees, old orchard or wild apple trees that have persistant fruit. In the early winter deer flock to these to supplement their diet before the hard winter sets in. We even help our friends, the deer.

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