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Bens Bridge by jonigam on Flickr.

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Night over Amsterdam.

Sony A7 MK II, Zeiss FE 16-35mm f/4

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Beautiful Sinking Venice

The sea often starts to flood parts of Venice, and here you can see the start of it.  This was taken the night before our PhotoWalk.  Thanks again everyone for coming last night — what a fun and great group of people!! :)  

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As a car photographer, you're always looking for unique settings. The "Night at the Europa-Park" provided a group of photographers and bloggers with just that. A look behind the scenes of #MBEP15:

Photo courtesy of Gijs Spierings. 

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Interesting Facts About #ArcticWolf  

➲ Arctic wolf, also referred to as White or Polar wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf (Canis lupus).

➲ They have smaller ears, slightly shorter muzzles, and shorter legs than gray wolves to reduce exposure to the frigid air. Communication often occurs through tail movements & howling.

➲ In average, the weight of arctic wolves is around 75 to 175 pounds. They have the length around 3 to 5 feet and the height is around 3 feet. 

➲ Arctic wolves are usually all white with a very thick, insulating coat to avoid the body from releasing too much heat.

➲ The white color gives them great camouflage from the predator because it has similar color with snow while the dark iris on the eyes prevents the high glare.

➲ Arctic wolf lifespan is 7–10 years in the wild while in captivity they can live up to 20 years.

➲ They are also an excellent swimmer, can live in total darkness for up to 5 months and require little food to survive.

➲ Females reach maturity at age 2 however males reach maturity at only a year. When Arctic wolves mate, they mate for life. 

➲ They usually live in a pack of 2 to 20 as it is impossible for a lonely Arctic wolf to survive and hunt without any help.

➲ Arctic female wolves will leave the pack to give birth in a den. They rely on their mates to bring food for her and the pups. 

➲ The pups are usually born in months of May to the early June. The female litters 2–3 pups, with the maximum littering is recorded at 12 pups.

➲ When a pup is born, they weight about a pound and are blind, deaf and completely helpless. After a month they can eat meat.

➲ Arctic wolf has 42 teeth which is the only weapon to take down their prey. They are known to consume large chunks without chewing it. 

➲ Wolves in the Arctic also travel much longer distances than wolves in the forest to find food and sometimes go for several days without eating.

➲ In addition, they are the only wolves left that are not on the endangered species list due to the fact that extreme condition in the Arctic makes human leave it.

➲ The Arctic wolf is one of the few species of mammals who can tolerate some of the most inhospitable terrain in the world where the air temperature rarely rises above -30 degrees C (-22 F) and the ground is permanently frozen. 

➲ A light-colored husky could be mistaken for an Arctic wolf if it wasn't for their tails. When a husky runs its tail is in the air above its back, when an Arctic wolf runs the tail hangs downwards ;)

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