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It’s been a good year for creative people to make the best of a bad weather situation | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

It’s been a good year for creative people to make the best of a bad weather situation

It’s been a good year for creative people to make the best of a bad weather situation. First there were the stories of people being stranded because of Eyjafjallaj√∂kull volcano in Iceland. Now there’s videos starting to emerge from Blizzageddon. Below are a couple that I’ve enjoyed. It’s great to see people react to what’s in front of them for others to experience.

December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo.

Idiot With A Tripod from Gothamist on Vimeo.

Stranded from Eyal Dimant on Vimeo.

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