Hmmm... new snow accumulation, no school Friday, Kool-Aid in the cupboard.... snow cakes tomorrow?
Karen Laval, Untitled #1 (Norway), 2003-2004
Scott Peterman, Papoose, 2003
Thomas Flechtner, Passes #51, 2001
Amy Blakemore, Dog in Snow, 2003
David Hockney, Gregory Watching the Snow Fall, Kyoto, 1983
Alexis Pike, Snow Pile from Claimed: Landscape
Olafur Eliasson, Your Waste of Time, 2006
"Several blocks of ice from Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Iceland, were removed from the glacial lake Jökulsarion ... Part of the ice is thought to have been formed around AD 1200. Weighing 6 tons in all, the blocks were transported to a Berlin gallery where they were exhibited in a refrigerated space." Via.
Dennis Oppenheim, Annual Rings, 1968
Joseph O. Holmes, The Urban Wilderness
Wilson "Snowflake Bentley: "Fascinated by the snow crystals and their composition this man was the first person to successfully produce a photograph of snow or ice crystals. He did this by magnifying the crystals he gathered at 69 to 3,000 times on glass plates...He attached bellows to the microscope, along with wood splints, turkey feathers and a black board. Through the images he captured he discovered that every ice crystal is unique and grows symmetrically in a 6-sided hexagon around a tiny nucleus." Via.
Bruce Davidson, Winter in Paris
Paula McCartney encore
Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty by Greg Lindquist
James Turrell, Roden Crater with Snow, nd