What I see today…

Ice-fields. Lantern slide from Oregon State University Archives. Downloaded from Flickr Commons on 10 March 2011. Image Description from historic lecture booklet: "... where snow accumulates to great depth and lies long upon the surface, it is changed to ice. the beginning of this change may be seen in the snow a few days after it falls, for it soon loses its light, flaky character and becomes granular, so that it feels harsh to the hand. The change is very distinct in the last banks of snow in the spring. They are made up of coarse grains (granules) of ice, sometimes as larges as peas...."



Syracuse in March.  I guess it will make us stronger… if it doesn’t kill us.

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