By mc solar (December 16, 2009)

A post at the New York Review of Books [link] on the photographs by Olaf Otto Becker gives a breath of fresh perspective, outside the numbers and political/economic arguments dominating the current Copenhagen talks… just the pictures and simple observations of change. From the post:

Lining its banks were millions of cylindrical holes full of water. On closer scrutiny, they turned out to contain black dust and soot that, having absorbed the warmth of the sun much faster than the reflective ice had, sunk through the ice, creating cylindrical holes.

Check out the full post and accompanying pictures here: NYRB Blog.



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