Sometimes it’s hard to tell where the land ends and the sky begins.
“To be in place here, in other words, is to be at the edge of something. It is to pull yourself into alignment with something tentative, ephemeral, incidental though powerfully felt. Something atmospheric distributed across a geography of elements that swell. A thing that turns scenes, spaces, and bodily effects into envelopes that produce worlds out of thin air.” — Kathleen Stewart, citing W. Mules & P. Sloterdijk in ‘Regionality,’ Geographical Review, April 2013
Photo taken Christmas Day, 2017, while snowshoeing
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Oh, that’s marvelous! I would trade the ice we’re currently enjoying over here, for some of that soft, white, fluffy stuff, in a heartbeat!