Ice Art

A thin film of ice is atop watery trails in Woodlawn Park, trails that may soon become ribbons of ice threading their way through the woodland for hockey players and figure skaters, it's hoped. Until then, leaves trapped beneath the ice and limbs reflected on the surface combine to make an art form that I've come to call Ice Art. (Photos by Joe Barkovich)
A thin film of ice is atop watery trails in Woodlawn Park, trails that may soon become ribbons of ice threading their way through the woodland for hockey players and figure skaters, it’s hoped. Until then, leaves trapped beneath the ice and limbs reflected on the surface combine to make an art form that I’ve come to call Ice Art. (Photos by Joe Barkovich)

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