Vintage Photos of Cars During Winter in the 1950s and ’60s

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1950s cars were some of the most classic, powerful and unsafe cars ever driven. The modern designs and acceleration abilities were getting more and more amazing every year. The auto industry was starting to experiment with a new concept called a “sports car.” By the end of the 50s, Americans fell in love with the sports car. After all, the 50s gave birth to the Corvette. Continue reading »

Snow Cuteness or Unusual Winter Hobby: Artist Creates Tiny Snow Sculptures in Dreary Russian Neighborhoods

Zubaidat Omarova, native to Dagestan who lives in Moscow now, has an unsual and cute hobby – she makes popular cartoon and movie characters from snow. Continue reading »

Buffalo Fan Honors Bills With Spectacular Snow Sculpture Tribute

A long time fan created a spectacular snow sculpture to honor the Bills and the tribute is just as amazing as Buffalo’s season.

Eric Jones, is a professional pumpkin carver and caricature artist. He uses his unique talent to create stunning snow carvings in West Clarksville, New York. But his latest creation made be the best yet. Continue reading »

This Japanese Artist Makes Sculptures Out Of Snow, And Here Are The Coolest Ones

Winter is often associated with snow—whether you live in warmer climates or have to struggle with the cold for a better part of the year, snowflakes likely remind you of the brilliant white winter. And while some see the beauty of the season, others find a unique opportunity to show off their creative side. Continue reading »

This Is For Real! Sahara Desert Is Witnessing Snow


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A photographer has captured images of camels after a snowfall in the Tabuk region in northwestern Saudi Arabia. The area – which is close to the border with Jordan – experienced unusual weather this month. Continue reading »

Japanese Photographer Captures Mystical Shrines Covered in Snow

Located in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kifune shrine is effortlessly iconic. It is one of the highest-ranked government supported shrines, and for a good reason. The shrine is surrounded by wildlife and nearby rivers. It also bears worship to Shinto spirits related to water. Overall, Kifune shrine is easily recognizable owing to its many red lanterns. Continue reading »

The Crotch Cannon: A More Natural Way To Perform A Snow Job

Get complete satisfaction from giving a Snow Job with this Crotch Cannon!

“We love combining systems of products and techniques so people get a great result using our car care and have bit of fun while doing it. With that in mind, we’ve created this awesome strap on Crotch Cannon to make one of our favourite detailing jobs faster, easier and give it a more natural feel as well.” Continue reading »

Sonja Hinrichsen’s Expansive Swirling Snow Drawing Atop A Frozen Lake

Early last year, artist Sonja Hinrichsen (previously) and some 60 volunteers wearing snowshoes trekked out onto the frozen Catamount Lake in Colorado to trample miles of swirling and twisting patterns into the deep snow. Continue reading »

These Drawings Were Created On Snow-Covered Landscapes

Sonja Hinrichsen’s art spans from video, performance, and installation to participatory and situational art, as well as environmental art. Known for her series of “Snow Drawings” she creates massive drawings on snow-covered landscapes using footprints. These drawings engage communities worldwide. Participants are guided by Hinrichsen, creating walking pattern systems with snowshoes. Continue reading »

Mars Snow Globe Ditches Snow For Swirling Martian Dust Storm

Designer, Dan Abramson (previously), is at it again with the Mars Dust Globe, a modern twist on the classic water snow globe, where the snow is a mesmerizing Martian Dust Storm. Continue reading »

Snow Just Fell In Arizona Desert And Even Though These Frosty Photos Look Beautiful, It Might Be A Serious Problem


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You wouldn’t normally expect snowfall in a place like Arizona, but last week Mother Nature decided to play a little trick on the locals by covering the Sonoran Desert in a fresh layer of snow. Many locals were surprised by such an event and quickly starter flooding social networks with pictures of snowy desert landscapes. Continue reading »

Stunning Pictures From The Silent Arctic Photographic Expedition In Greenland By Joe Shutter

Spectacular arctic shots by Joe Shutter, a talented British-Brazilian photographer, and adventurer currently based in Reykjavik, Iceland. Joe captured some majestic sceneries of Greenland on his photo expedition. Continue reading »

Colossal Snow And Ice Sculptures Of The 2019 Harbin International Snow Sculpture Art Expo


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As the birthplace of China’s ice and snow sculpture art and the first of its kind in China, Harbin Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Art Expo is an important part of the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival as well as one of the hottest attractions of Harbin tour. Charactered by a long exhibition period (60-70 days), high quality, new content, large scale and a lot of entertaiment, the expo is also known as “The world’s largest ice and snow carnival”. Continue reading »

“Below Zero”: French Photographer Christophe Jacrot Captures Russian City Of Norilsk Covered In A Snow Blizzard

With his series “Below Zero”, the French photographer Christophe Jacrot plunges us into the most extreme winters in the world.

Norilsk (Siberia, Russia) is the first stop on the journey. This mining city built under Stalin by prisoners to exploit underground nickel is located 200km north of the Arctic Circle. Continue reading »

Photographer Documents Stunning Wild Foxes Enjoying The Snow

Dutch wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond has been bringing joy and warmth to people with her fairytale-like photographs of wild foxes for over 8 years. Looking at her gallery of foxes provides a truly captivating and calming experience, as Roeselien brings these gorgeous creatures to life with her exceptional ability to capture their spirit. Continue reading »