The White Bears are Back. Hudson Bay.

Originally posted on Old Guv Legends:
For 15 years, Irish anthropologist Martina Tyrrell has studied the relationship between humans and animals in Arviat, an Inuit community on the west coast of Hudson Bay, where the townspeople are increasingly having to cope with a large and dangerous visitor – the polar bear. It’s a Sunday afternoon…

How an IP Surveillance System Can Benefit Your Business

Originally posted on Global Edge:
Modern businesses are increasingly becoming dependant on IT tools for their operations. While this does improve productivity and profits, it also creates grounds for vulnerabilities. As easy it is to create and store data, it is equally easy to lose them owing to unauthorized access of IT infrastructure or any…

Cudillero

Originally posted on wandanlust:
Cudillero is one of the most picturesque places I’ve seen so far. It is the sweetest little fishing village, located in Asturias, Spain. If you do visit Cudillero though, do be prepared to walk up lots of hills! The cute little cobble roads lead up through the houses where everywhere you…

​Learn something new. 

Originally posted on Lifetrap:
We often get stuck in a boring routine with no hope for change and unmotivated. Our brains get lazy.? If you learn something new, your brain starts activating new possibilities and new ideas. You will start to believe in your self again and feel hopeful.? Learn to play poker. Learn to…

Hanuman’s Warriors – Grey Langur

Originally posted on Incidental Naturalist:
According to Hindu scripture, during the great battle of Lanka, Hanuman, the monkey god, was in trouble. He had been captured, and fires raged all around. Help came in the unlikely form of a troop of Grey Langurs, who rushed to assist Hanuman, resulting in scorched black faces, and a…

Dance Photos by Yakovlev, Moscow, Russia.

Originally posted on Old Guv Legends:
Some dance photographs as powerful as beautiful, created by Alexander Yakovlev, a Russian photographer based in Moscow who manages to capture the movement, fineness, energy and emotions with a rare intensity. See more via The amazingly powerful dance photographs by Alexander Yakovlev | Ufunk.net.