KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With all this snow, we have seen your creativity with mother nature. The snowmen and snow ducks and snow Jayhawks.
Photojournalist Chase Lucas found an art student who heard the call of nature and put his talent to work.
Jeremy Bena spent almost eight hours creating a snow sculpture that caught a lot of eyes.
"I looked outside and saw the crappy weather and figured it was kind of a pun," said Bena.
He just hopes people enjoy it from afar.
"I would probably be happy, it would be funny, people contributing."
Have you been inspired by the recent snowstorms? Email pictures of your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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