Tuesday, February 16, 2016

from the far frozen north

Lake Michigan was looking spectacular in today's cool grey light.  Its icy surface was even more crumpled than the photographs show.  I've always wanted to see frozen waves, and this is the nearest yet.  I was speaking at Northwestern (and giving a so-called masterclass) with a terrific and interdisciplinary group, but was so very glad that I had the space to go and walk by the lake, and gaze over its unstable glistening crust to Chicago.

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