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Serene Winter Landscapes by Akos Major

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Hungarian photographer captures snow-covered tranquility in Europe

We're loving the stark tranquility of these snowy photos by Akos Major. The Hungarian-born, Vienna-based photographer, who works as a graphic designer by day, pulls off a crisp, bright tone that imbues a Zen-like quality to his images. You can really feel the peaceful solitude that he must have experienced while shooting. "I like to work slowly, in silent places, where I can get lost in the......read more

Ephemeral Snow Art by Simon Beck

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Recent work from Europe's famous snow walking artist

Simon Beck dons snowshoes before walking around in freshly falled snow to create these massive, ephemeral art installations. The British artist, whose  work spotted on Colossal, has been making the installations since 2004: Each work takes the 54-year-old artist anywhere between 6 hours and two days to complete, an impressive physical feat aided from years of competitive......read more

Spectral Snow Trails Caught on Camera

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Projecting a video out the window during a blizzard, Brian Maffitt captured these prismatic images of falling snow

While Winter Storm Nemo was dropping between 12 to 40 inches of snow on the northeast, motion designer and photographer Brian Maffitt got busy -- not with a shovel but with a video projector and a camera. Maffit pointed a video projector playing The Lorax out his window, then shot the scene with his Canon 7D. The colorful results, as you can see above, are amazing. "I wanted to capture colors in......read more

Macro Snowflakes by Alexey Kljatov

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Up-close images of snow crystals show winter as you've never seen it before

With winter's official entrance last weekend, there's no better time to view through some incredible images of snow. Moscow photographer Alexey Kljatov captured these stunning macro photos of snowflakes using a homemade camera rig that he cobbled together with a working lens, a wooden board, some screws and old camera parts. The amateur setup pulls off photos you would expect from expensive,......read more

Snow Maze

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From Sweden's ICEHOTEL designers

Leave it to the Swedish design team behind ICEHOTEL to conjure up the idea of packing snow and sculpting ice for a week to carve a playground from the frozen tundra. The icy park includes two slides, a snow lantern, four egg-shaped chairs, ice benches, and an elaborate maze that is now being enjoyed by the lucky children (and adult-children) of Sweden. “The inspiration and key......read more

Trippy Winter Landscapes by Megan Brim

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Washed out snowscapes captured on film

It always rules when falling into a Flickr wormhole results in an amazing find. That's the case here with Megan Brim, whose work we uncovered while deep in the Flickr matrix. Shooting on what appears to be an analog camera, the Oakland, CA-based photographer creates lovely, light-washed landscape images that border on the psychedelic. These selections, chosen from some of her more recent work,......read more

A Year on the Road: Frozen Garden

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An English garden locked under snow and ice

England is one of my favorite places to photograph and wander through, and also happens to be my homeland. Nothing quite compares to an English garden in the summertime... armfuls of flowers, gooseberries, strawberries, the green trees under which blankets of daisies and buttercups lay.  So to shoot a sprawling English garden in the dead of winter was absoultely surreal. What I saw......read more

Lara Alegre: Winterland

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Barcelona photographer gets snowy in Norway

Born and raised in the sunny climes of northern Spain, Lara Alegre spent last year in the wintry reaches of Norway, an experience that changed her photography in several ways. "I started a new kind of photography, focused on nature, which I find incredible and surprising. In this new stage I try to show in my pictures the relationship between nature and humans: the immensity and the concrete,......read more

A Convenient Untruth

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Conservatives affirm their ignorance of science with their reactions to last week's "Snowpocalypse".

The recent snowstorms in Washington, D.C. did more than provide a visible metaphor for the gridlocked politics of our nation’s capitol—they also exposed one of the most troubling causes of that gridlock: Conservatives' dismissive attitude towards science. In reaction to the record snowfalls, Fox News’ Sean Hannity announced “it’s the most severe winter storm in years, which would......read more

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