Vide – Ohs: Saving a Pony & Foxes at Play

Mila – The miracle pony

We have a heartwarming story of a pony that was found very near death with little hope of survival, but then fate stepped in. Watch this inspiring video about the will to live and being grateful!

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This baby wild horse was so skinny when she was rescued — look at her now! | You can keep up with Mila and all of her adventures on Instagram, mila_the_mustang: You can help Amanda, Jennifer, and the team at Healing Hearts Rescue care for more animals like Mila by donating to: You can also check out more of Nancy Loftis’ amazing photography on Facebook: Special thanks to Nancy Harrison for sharing her footage with us!

Foxes Just Want to Have Fun

Who knew that despite their reputation for being sly, foxes like to have fun! Watch this cute and funny video of two fox cubs caught on camera playing on a trampoline – after sneaking into a woman’s garden.


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Can photography change a life? Can it change many lives?

  • Are you a spiritual person?
  • Do you believe in the interconnectedness of all people around the globe?
  • Do you think that photography can develop compassion and empathy in others?
  • What role does photography play in the historic and spiritual record of mankind?

I found the video below be very inspirational. Alison Wright is a photojournalist who, as she says, has made a career of running toward places most other people are running from.

If you like photojournalism or photography of people, I think you will find these stories and images fascinating; as I did. If You are a spiritual person, I think you will find the underlying theme of some of Ms. Wright’s work captivating.

Even if you decide this isn’t for you and you don’t want to watch any of this. may I suggest that you watch at least 90 seconds of the video starting at the 7:30 mark and ending at 9:00. While I am a skeptical person by nature, these types of experiences force me to keep my mind open even if it is just slightly ajar.

Published on May 27, 2013
After confronting her own mortality in a near-fatal bus crash, photographer Alison Wright dedicates her career to capturing the human spirit through her photographs and writing.