With the sound of waves crashing in the distance – a swell that’s bringing 40 – 50 foot surf to our island – there’s no escaping the reminder of water.
Here, it’s liquid and soupy. Full of forceful currents and foaming with air.
In Sequoia National Park last month, water took the form of crystals. Rock-hard and holographic, snow that’s long-since melted now (still rain dancing for you, California!).