Artist creates geometrical shapes by continuously walking on snowfields

Craftsman Simon Beck should truly adore the chilly climate! Along the solidified pools of Savoie, France, he invests days trudging through the snow in snowshoes, making these thrilling examples

of snow workmanship. Labouring for some 5 to 9 hours a day, every last piece is normally the extent of three soccer fields. To what extent these sublime geometric structures survive is totally

reliant on the climate. Beck outlines and updates the examples as new snow falls, once in a while not able to complete a piece because of critical overnight aggregations.

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