Snow angel at Polar Bear Plunge

At the 18th annual MSP Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park to benefit the Special Olympics Maryland, Super Plunger and Montgomery County Police officer Barbara Natoli makes snow angels after her fourth plunge into the Chesapeake Bay. On Friday, 41 "Super Plungers" plunge into the ice cold Chesapeake Bay every hour for 24 hours. (Because of frigid conditions, the plunge was canceled on Saturday morning.)

( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun photo / January 24, 2014 )

At the 18th annual MSP Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park to benefit the Special Olympics Maryland, Super Plunger and Montgomery County Police officer Barbara Natoli makes snow angels after her fourth plunge into the Chesapeake Bay. On Friday, 41 "Super Plungers" plunge into the ice cold Chesapeake Bay every hour for 24 hours. (Because of frigid conditions, the plunge was canceled on Saturday morning.)

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