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We Love Friday! – Winter Wonderland

There used to be only three occasions when I loved snow: when I was skiing, when it was Christmas, and when it gave me a Snow Day from school or work. Now that I live in California I miss looking ...
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Visualizing The Chemistry of Snowflakes

It’s the end of a natural process that many of us see millions of times every year – the creation of tiny snowflakes which together build the white wonderland of winter snow. But, just how many of us have really ...
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Frosty Crop Circles Made With Snowshoes

The time it takes to create great art is often unfathomable, but imagine if snow were the medium and each piece could take up to ten hours! That sounds excruciating! Snow artist Simon Beck does just that, creating intricate geometric ...
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Plastic Cups Become Fields of Snow

It’s not the first thing you think of when you see a package of plastic cups, but Tara Donavan has been making beautiful sculptures with the mass produced items… and they look a lot like fields of snow. By taking ...
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Icy Caverns Under The Tianuksa River

There is a beauty that lies underneath the icy Tianuksa River in Leningradskaya Oblast, Russia. An otherworldly cavern of layered ice and glistening crystalline forming under the surface of the river. This phenomenon of a place was discovered by 55-year-old ...
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In the Land of Northern Lights

Ole Salomonsen spent over 6 months in and around the Norwegan city of Tromsø, capturing over 50,000 still images to make this enchanting film. His many dedicated months in the snow have created one of the very best representations of ...