字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (soft music) - Making drawings on land, on quite a large scale is something people have been doing for thousands of years. I'm Simon Beck and I make drawings in the snow. (wind blowing) It started as a bit of fun but gradually it's taken over my life. (panting) A ballpark estimate of footsteps, about 5,000 steps in an hour. (pulsing music) A big drawing, two hours measuring, eight hours work. (snow crunching) You're looking at 40,000 steps. (chiming music) I started doing it as an easier alternative to hiking up the mountain when I wanted some exercise. You start with a drawing on a piece of paper, or else a drawing in your mind. Just treating it being like an orienteering touring map. You're just going a certain distance in a certain direction, determining distances by counting paces. It's a very physical exercise. It's equivalent to a long day's walk in the hills when you make one of these big drawings. I'm just about the only person in the world doing anything like it.