My interest is ice and water and what we can learn of these common substances we we look closely. In this suite of images, I’m cataloging the faces of ice in my home region, Fairbanks, Alaska. Permanently frozen water helps stabilize Earth’s climate. Ice and water are among the primary drivers that shape the landscape. When explored for its aesthetic capacities ice has much to share. Transitions, fragility, tipping points, ephemerality, movement, transparency, loss, rebirth, the passage of time.
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