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An Iowa snow scorpion?

January 12, 2013
By GARRY BRANDENBURG , Times-Republican

SNOW and ICE can be shaped by the wind into some very art-like creations. We've all seen smoothed and soft wavy snow drifts in a road ditch, or around buildings, trees or other objects where strong winds formed unique eddies. When the winds ended, it left behind unique snow shapes that made us look with amazement at the transformation of snow. For photographers, snow drifts can offer endless opportunities to make images, especially during those warm light conditions of early morning or late evening, when subtle shadows help define the texture and shapes more fully.



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