After Amazon bought an old hotel in Seattle, they announced that they would turn it into a temporary shelter for the homeless until spring 2017. After that they would start a construction there to turn it into part of their expanding campus. Amazon teamed up with a local nonprofit organization Mary's Place and the Seattle's mayor office to run the place.
A horse got stuck in a two-meter-deep drain filled with thick mud near Wellington, New-Zealand on Tuesday. The poor animal could hardly keep his head above the mud and was unable to move when a rescue team arrived. It took the rescuers from Massey University VERT four hours to pull the distressed horse from the drain. The rescuers put a board under the horse’s head to keep it elevated and out of the mud. A 12-tonne digger removed the piles of dirt surrounding his chest and back to help him breathe better and a vet got down to anesthetize him. After that the horse could be lifted out vertically of the ditch by the digger.After some time the horse was already standing much to the delight of his owners and everyone who helped rescue him.
26-year-old Kim Tucci and her husband who have already three children, found out about one year ago that Kim was expecting quintuplets. On January 28th, Tucci gave birth to her five daughters: Tiffany, Penelope, Beatrix, Allie, and Keith. One of Australia's most recognized newborn photographers Erin Elizabeth captured some really magnificent pictures of them. The family now needs a car that can seat nice as even a visit to a doctor requires three vehicles.
Portolano made a series of photos called "Arctic Love" which talks about a young Finnish woman Tinja who left the he city and decided to go back to the wilderness to raise sled dogs. "Tinja’s husky farm is off the grid: she cooks and heats with a wood stove, lights her home with candles and has to break the ice of the river every morning to get her water with a bucket. Inside her house is also a sauna where not only does she wash herself, but also does the dishes and her laundry." That's how Brice described Tinja's life in the Arctic. Even though it seems very difficult to live like that in our modern age where comfort plays a tremendous role, Tinja prefers this lifestyle, plus living close to nature has its perks. Check it out.
34 year-old Liz Clark, a former bartender and a self-proclaimed “she-pirate,” quit her job in San Diego, California in 2006 and has been sailing around the world since. She was offered a Cal 40 sailboat with only one condition: she had to document all her adventures. Naturally, “Captain Lizzy” took this opportunity. In 2013 she welcomed aboard a 6-month old kitten that she rescued. Now the two of them are inseparable and share a life full of adventures.