The Texture of Water

The power of wind and water can carve a glacier* in uncertain ways.

But there is no mistaking the coarseness of glacial ice, compounded by the amorphous form of rushing water, which suggests a texture of turbulence.

ice water

* Athabasca Glacier at Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park

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