Monday, February 27, 2017

An ice form.


A sheet of ice that formed in our water barrel was the inspiration for a small arch we built yesterday 



We had left the barrel half full of water and the ice that formed over night on the surface was more of an eclipse because the barrel was sitting on a bit of a tilt. The sheet of ice supported the arch temporarily and then fell away and melted leaving the arch still standing there.


I find creating things with natural materials at least once a day, no matter how small or seemingly unrelated to what ever else I'm building, is still the best way I know to stay in touch with my surroundings and the potential that lies within. 


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