Snow-wind Flowforms, South Wallowas . . . [click photo for next . . . ]
Trying to break trail on light cross-country skis through a
miraculous but arduous landscape of wind-sculpted snow.
Drifts to two meters, with wind-sintered, uniform snow
crystals as hard as rock—
On the road in the Northwest of America.
Form emerges out of movement;
it is the outward envelope
of the rhythmic pulse
Even the wildest of rivers
creates itself the boundaries of the bed
that order its flow.
A world without light or
sound is thinkable,
but not a world
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