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Magnificent Geometric Snow Art by Simon BeckFor the past decade,... crss





















Magnificent Geometric Snow Art by Simon Beck

For the past decade, Simon Beck has been decorating the mountains with his stunning mathematical drawings, created by running in snowshoes across the freshly laid snow. Each image takes him up to 11 hours to make and covers an area about 100m x 100m, requiring him to travel up to 25 miles as he marks out the pattern. His Facebook

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