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This Russian School Groundskeeper Creates Epic Snow Landscapes With Just A Broom

05/01/2014 03:55 pm ET

Who says you can't work and have a little fun at the same time?

That's what 51-year-old Seymon Bukharin of Russia did this winter when the school groundskeeper decided to create snow art while cleaning up the schoolyard. The groundsman, who is in charge of keeping the school campus clean, used just a broom to create sprawling works of art on a field adjacent to the school building.

Bukharin's choice of subjects range from animals to intricate scenes.

"All the students like him a lot," Russian student Maria Kondrateva told GBTimes. "When he creates his snow pictures, we all look out of the windows to check it out. So do the teachers. It doesn’t even matter if we have a class at that moment -- we can always find a couple of minutes to admire his snow art."

See a sampling of the school groundskeeper's snow art below.

  • Maria Kondrateva / GBTimes
  • Maria Kondrateva / GBTimes
  • Maria Kondrateva / GBTimes
  • Maria Kondrateva / GBTimes
  • Maria Kondrateva / GBTimes

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