Snow / Sky by Rami

Today we have a few more centimetres of snow—audaciously (obnoxiously?) powdering the tulips and croci that have been exploring the possibility of Spring since early February. Not yet, not yet! 

This pairing today reminded me of when the #snowproject met the #skyproject: twelve February days of photo diads, what lay beneath the sky above? See the mirroring in tone, intensity, colour between ground and sky, sometimes hard to tell which is which.

Progress: Glacial by Rami

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What does it mean to make progress
at a glacial pace?    Eons, epic

epochs

the force, almighty
      earth-moving force of

countless thaws and freeze

                       raging

rivers compressed under time
      under till
               under catastrophic weight
invisibly scour their way

It might take 10,000 years to reach the sea
dragging history
                            that claustrophobic nonspace
solid ground cut through

mountains made     glaciers calved
there is no monolithic
status      
impenetrable, fixed

from the perspective of ice
ages; from the perspective of stone.

 

Progress: Glacial

Progress: Glacial