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Ice and Snow

01 Ice Ice Baby Welcome to this post on Ice and Snow.  It can be hard to imagine icy winds, slippery sidewalks, the hush of snow when it is warm and inviting outside. As MacAuley informs us, ice overs a … Continue reading

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Wood

Wood, forests, trees: If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? George Berkeley famously asked.  And while everyone loves to mock this question, seriously: how can we know?? Our … Continue reading

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Stone

Stone abides.  It instantiates the solidity of the earth underneath our feet.  It endures.  Or does it too evolve and change into something else?  The following images represent some of the examples that you will find discussed in Macauley’s interstice … Continue reading

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