ice spouts

last december was a warm winter for Lake Michigan. only a varying ten foot ice shelf incased the northeaster shore after a series of short freezes and thaws. but because the temperatures hovered above and below 32 degrees fahrenheit, small water canals to ice-cone spouts were formed and dotted the edge of this ice-shelf shore. each one redirected the fresh water up and out as the waves moved towards shore making for a reconfigured playful landscape margin.

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