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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Even colder

This is an unusual view of me (orange vest) "in" Irishman Alan Counihan's "House of Sky." I felt an unexpected wave of vertigo looking straight up to shoot this one and the next.

This is just a few steps east from the previous shot; yet another unusual view of this piece.

The trail, from start to finish, was frozen. It was (and is) snowing, but it's that odd kind of snow — I call it "ambient snow" because there just seem to be flakes floating around in the air, as in a snow globe. The temp was mid-20s and the breeze was gusty, so it was a nippy run.

My wandering route took me past all of the installations multiple times.

This closer view of American Steven Siegel's Hill and Valley, showing what it's made of: old newspapers — thousands of them. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up over time.

4; 16; 40.5; 863.5
Posted by Mose, 8:11 AM


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