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Creative Snow Sculptures – An ‘English’ Snowman

Antony Searle

After posting a great picture of a giant snow puppy, we’ve seen lots of other great snow sculptures come to life in the Albany area.

24 year-old Antony Searle sent this photo of his very first snowman.  Searle, who lives in Loudonville, New York, shared his unique story: “I’m from England. In England we never used to get much snow. I moved to America in 2005 and I wanted to make my first snowman here, where there is lots of snow. The style is inspired by a children’s short silent movie Raymond Briggs, The Snowman.”

If you have a creative snow sculpture, send it to kevinrichards@wgna.com.

Antony Searle

 

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