Continental Drifts

By: Gustav Hoiland

Dec 25 2011

Category: Uncategorized

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Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/4000 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Behind the Brush

A day of pleasant, and sans pheasant. The only airborne creatures today were the locally migrational crows that congregate in some nearby park. A walk around (and on) a lake, acquisition of blades on which to eventually skate, intermittent dish duty, sweaters, holidilalic cheer.

And thus the lake here, covered in its countryesque patches of snow. Geographically feasible with their naturally carved edges, afloat on a sea of ice. Except they just keep on going, like spilled copies of a world map blown into the wind and scattered into a thousand globes.

I suspect leafless spines of plants past will continue to be subjected to my view throughout my time in Minneapolis. Good results, something to latch on to on my numerous circumambulations of the nearby waters.

As the first guest announced on arrival, “Happy Chriskwanzukkah.” (Spelling unknown)

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