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“My illustrations start with a desire to capture a story, feeling, or mood. It can be something small and seemingly insignificant, like the sound of bees around an apple tree or walking through the woods on a windy day. I draw or paint slowly and meticulously, capturing the smallest details. A single illustration can take me up to three months to complete.” - Kelly Mitchell Gazdowicz
Frozen bubble by photographer Angela Kelly:
Earlier this month, when the weather hit 9˚C to 12 ˚C, Angela and her 7-year old son went out to blow bubbles and take photos of the bubbles made from dish soap, karo syrup, and water. The bubbles would crystallize as soon as they floated in the air, making some of them come crashing to the ground and shattering on impact. The ones that survived the fall provided beautiful and awe-inspiring shots for the photographer.
Reblogged from NPR Fresh Air
Bracing for today’s winter storm? LIFE remembers the great blizzard of 1947 that buried New York City.
Now, that’s some snow.
Reblogged from LIFE