The poetry of snow: The photographs of Rolf M. Aagaard shows how beautiful and poetic snow can be. At first glance they look like pictures of sand made in the heat of the desert. But there are all compositions of snow, formed by the wind with help from the low winter sun, in the mountains Hardangervidda in the South of Norway during the last 10 years. The landscapes are naturally melted and gone forever. Sometimes only lasting one hour depending on the wind and the suns movement. The forms may disappear and be completely different in a short time and naturally need the low winter sun. The new publication shows this very special artistic work of Rolf M. Aagaard and proves that snow has so many different faces.